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Just added a new wii controller now I have 2. I activated but when I try to use it to play tennis against my husband only his remote works mine wont swing. The cursor is on the second one is red and lloks faded not as strong looking as the cursor for remote 1

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When you are on the screen where you select number of games, use the second WiiMote to click on the two characters on one of the sides of the screen. that will assign them to the player 2 controller. Hope this helps =)

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