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    Wiimotes and Lightning

    Well, my brothers were playing our Wii early day during a thunderstorm. Story goes that a huge thing of lightning was near our house and then the Wiimotes started not to work. It is still thunderstorming here and still won't work. I was just wondering if it is just something with the thunderstorm and the wireless Wiimotes or a problem with the Wiimote.

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    Perhaps an evil magical wizard placed a spell on your wiimotes.

    That sounds a little more possible.

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    The lightning shut off your wiimotes and now they are corrupted/broken/useless is one possibility

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lunatix
    The lightning shut off your wiimotes and now they are corrupted/broken/useless is one possibility
    Let's hope that's a joke.

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    lol as far as i know your not sposed to use electricals in a lightening storm anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by vagrant
    Perhaps an evil magical wizard placed a spell on your wiimotes.

    That sounds a little more possible.

    More possible than EM fields from the lightning interfering with a bluetooth signal?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZiG
    More possible than EM fields from the lightning interfering with a bluetooth signal?????
    Yes.

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    Uhhh. oh. ok. I would have thought it would be plausible that electromagnetic fields would interfere with electromagnetic signals. :S

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZiG
    Uhhh. oh. ok. I would have thought it would be plausible that electromagnetic fields would interfere with electromagnetic signals. :S
    Unless there is a constant stream of lightning hitting within like a kilometer, it wouldn't be what is causing it.

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    The IR Interference From The Lightning Flash Could Have Shorted Out The Sensors In The Wii Remote.

    That's My Theory.

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