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My second wii controller has a rechargable battery pack in it but it wont work it flashes blue but wont set to second player , ive removed the pack and placed new batteries inside but still no sucess anybody know what to do lol

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It's not a battery problem, it needs to connect to your Wii. It's really picky about this for some reason.
First step, turn your wiimote around and take off the lid, where you'd see the batteries. In it you'll find a really small red button.
Second step, go to your wii and find a small panal in the front, next to where you put your CD in. There should be a red button there too.
While your Wii is on, point your wiimote to it and press those two buttons at the same time. Hold it down and just wait several moments. If it doesn't work, than press the buttons a few times to see if that'll get it to work. Again if it's stubborn, reboot your wii and try again.

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