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We have a new Nintendo Wii. It worked fine for 3 weeks but now when we get the message to press A to continue the remote does not respond. The blue lights at the bottom show but it does not continue. We thought that it could be batteries but it is not. It might be that the console doesn't respond to the remote. The fact is that it gets stuck and doesn't go any further. Could you help us, please?

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Hi,
You could try re-calibrating The Controller to The Console.
If you remove The Battery Cover On The Back Of The Controller. ( Battery Cover ) There should be a small Button/Switch. Press this To Re-calibrate The Controller.
If you have no success, replace the batteries, and repeat.

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Hello,
You will need to press the red button on the back of the remote and the red button on the Wii (under the tiny door on the front) at the same time to Sync your Wiimote. Also make sure you are pointing the Wiimote at the sensor bar while you do this. This will help the devices communicate clearly and could help re-sync faster. I hope this helps. If you have any other problems with your Wii, please hit my :"ASK ME" button. Good luck and happy gaming!!

Posted on Aug 19, 2008

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According to Nintendo it means your WiiConnect24 is not enabled.
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Turn off for a moment, try again, reconnect your controller.

Since its brand new, you can get it replaced if that doesn't work, dont waste your energy on it, just get another one, free replacement / warraty. Im sure.

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So you just bought a new Nintendo Wii Remote Controller but when you click the power button the four blue lights at the bottom just blink huh? Well that just means your Remote needs to be synchronized to your Wii.

Here are simple step by step instructions to do so.

1) Turn on your Nintendo Wii.
2) Open the door on the front of your Wii covering the SD card slot and the SYNC button.
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3) Open the battery compartment on the back of your Wii-Remote Controller.
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4) Press the red SYNC button on your Wii.
5) Press the little red SYNC button on your Wii-Mote.
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If you have more than one remote, you may have to "sync" the remotes to your Wii system.
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