Question about Nintendo Wii Console
No the sensor bar just recognizes the position of the remote. If it doesn't recognize the remote at all, it may need to be resynced. Turn on the Wii and the remote. Take the battery cover off the remote. There is a small red button. Now open the small trap door on the front of the Wii. Another small red button. press the red button on the remote first. The blue LEDs on the front will flash. Now press the red button on the console. If the LEDs on the remote stop blinking that means it paired up. Will have to do this for all remotes.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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