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Wii Remotes We have been playing our Wii since Nov. 30th. Now all of a sudden the Wii remotes stopped working, and won't sync with the system. Tried changing the batteries, reseting the Wii and still can't get the remotes to work. Please help.

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The batteries are probably used up.

Posted on Jul 12, 2008

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If the controllers are not syncing, the for blue LEDs on the bottom of the controller will flash. If only one LED is lit, showing which player that controller is synced to, they are working. Are they working at all? do you get reaction from the buttons? if the IR cursor on the Wii menu does'nt show up, then the contollers are not seeing the sensor bar, and it may need to be replaced.

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Could it be an issue with your sensor bar on top of the TV? That could explain why you'd be having the issue with more than one remote all of a sudden.

Posted on Jun 29, 2008

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