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My Nintendo Wii has a charger base and the remotes don't seem to be working, although I've tried batteries and they don't either. I have been on holidays for 6 weeks, so maybe it was the sitting for a long time without use? I should have gotten the person watching the house to play the game to keep it going!

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I had to use the batteries with the back of the remote open and press the red button to "sync" the remote with the base. Within a second or two after I had to press the red button on the base. (Just inside the flip lid of the Wii Console) Then I did it with the other remote and both of them were up and running. It wasn't that the batteries weren't working, it was that the remotes weren't synced.


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