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Wii remote 2 is acting stragely!

When on Wii play playing charge the remote is not responding and the cow is jumping up and down. Any ideas why?

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Okay, first things first: What cow??? Anyway when you turn the game on you press A for the second Wiimote (my word fer wii remote) When the blue light at the bottom turns on it's on. Also ,yeah, check to see if the batteries dead.

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