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Unique Wii-mote problem.

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Hardware' started by Radio, Dec 8, 2007.

  1. Radio

    Radio Hardcore Wii-er

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    I haven't played wii in about 7 days and suddenly the wii-motes are dead. They worked perfectly fine last time, but now there is no life at all. No lights flashing and i have tried batteries, i have tried sync but nothing seems to work. The main problem here is that both my wii-motes have the exact same problem. Any suggestions?
     
  2. iOwnage

    iOwnage Confiscation of the Mind

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    Dumb question but, did you put the new batteries in the correct way?

    If so, I have no idea what's wrong. I haven't heard of anything like this.

    You can always call Nintendo.
     
  3. Radio

    Radio Hardcore Wii-er

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    I have tried 12 different batteries about 20 different ways and nothing works. It is definitely not a battery problem. But thanks for reply.
     
  4. CantGetAWii

    CantGetAWii WiiChat Member

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    Not playing your Wii for that long..thats your punishment :lol:

    Just playing, but I would ask Nintendo about the problem.
    Give them a call.
     
  5. Fredvdp

    Fredvdp WiiChat Member

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    Did you plug the sensor bar in the wii?
     
  6. kez

    kez WiiChat Member

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    Looks like you're going to have to send it in. I had this same problem with one of my wii remotes, I sent it off to Nintendo on Monday. If your Wii is still under warranty, they'll provide a free label so that you can drop off your wii remotes at a UPS location.
     
  7. trisyyy

    trisyyy Banned

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    either you put the batteries in the wrong way, or yourbatteries got drained from the cold, or you bought drained out batteries. the salution, GET SOME NEW BATTERIES!!!!!!!!
     
  8. JerryC

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    You sure the sensor bar is connected properly?
     
  9. elmo_999

    elmo_999 Wii launch Owner

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    This happened to one of my remotes where as the other stayed connected (in the middle of a game). I phoned nintendo and they didnt know what it was so i was going to send it in and then i forgot about it and my repair order # ran out. Ill renew it sooner or later.
     
  10. Radio

    Radio Hardcore Wii-er

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    The sensor bar should not be a problem. The Lights on the Wii-mote should be on even if you are a mile away from a wii. And again. I know that it isn't a battery problem. What puzzled me was that the same thing happened to them both... Every comment on something similar is either one wii-mote or in-game. This doesn't seem to be like any other problems. Which is frustrating for me!
     
  11. Walugi

    Walugi Zyl0nB

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    Warm Them Up
     
  12. Radio

    Radio Hardcore Wii-er

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    Waluigi, you are a beautiful beautiful man! But now we all know! If the wii-mote is cold, it may not react to anything. I did actually notice that they were cold, but i didn't think that would do that much.
     

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