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  • PARIS MAREE Mar 26, 2009

    YEAH ONE OF MINE I SYNCED IT AND IT WORKED BUT MY OTHER 1 WONT EVEN LIGHT UP...CAN ANY1 HELP?

  • Anonymous Apr 12, 2009

    no lights on wii remote at all

  • Anonymous May 10, 2009

    I've got this problem and I don't know how to fix it. No matter what I do the blue lights won't even flash. Please help.

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Please check this first. Open the battery cover of the dead Wiimote then press the red sync button. If 4 indicators are flashing you may do the following steps.

(1)Use a normal Wiimote to be the #1 controlloer
(2)Enter any Wii game which supports 2 or more controllers
(3)When the game's title screen is displaying, add up the 2nd controller by pressing the red button of Wiimote and the red button of Wii (i.e. standard sync procedure)
(4)If you are lucky, the dead Wiimote will be back to work

Posted on May 16, 2009

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