If your remote is not sensing movement of your arm swings then the motion sensors (called accelerometers) inside the Remote are stuck. This is a rare condition, I've only had to do this on one remote and the following is the solution if you were to call Nintendo Tech Support:
- it's hard to believe
- lie the remote in your palm flat-side down
- take your other hand and whack it real hard several times
- avoid hitting the battery door and trigger button
- if it's not fixed, try again... you'll get it.
Thank You. I ended up having to call Nintendo which tells me its a known issue... then tells me to hold remote upside down in right hand place left hand 4 inches above the remote and give her a good whack. ((( I actually started to laugh and ask if he was serious)))
anyhow it worked after the 7th whack.
So you were right thanks for the help.
Yep I have my Wii remote working now.... .