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WiiMote has no power AND yes, I've replaced the batteries AND tried using a battery pack.

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First, I need to know this.
Does the blue light indicating which player you are flash, and not turn on completely?

If it does, open the small tab at the front of the Wii.
Then, open the back of the Wii-mote where you insert the batteries. Press the small red buttons on the inside of both. Make sure to press them at the same time. Then, aim the Wii-mote at the Wii, and wait. It may take a while. If it shuts off, I would say try a total of 3 times. Otherwise, you should only have to press a button to turn it on after that.

Posted on May 18, 2008

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