Question about Nintendo Video Game Consoles & Games
1. This could be a problem with your sensor. Try to re-calibrate your Wii under Wii settings. If will ask you to selected which position your sensor is in then basically do the rest for you.
2. If you have two Wiis in the same household it could be syncing to the other Wii. Open up the front lil flap on the Wii and find the "Red" Sync button, press it. Then press the "Red" sync button on the back of your Wiimote. The sync button is located under the battery cover right next to the batteries, on your Wiimote
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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