Wii Remote Troubleshooting ~ The remote is what makes the Wii Wii. His ability to react to the movement is a major cause of the Wii popularity. We all have a sense of satisfaction when we take a step with the remote control and see a character that responds to movement-whether it's a sword or a tennis racket, and so on. So, when the remote Wii works, the Wii Lifeforce will die. Therefore, it is critical that you perform remote troubleshooting to return the remote control to the production order. Here are some tips:
Check the sensor panel to verify that it is correctly positioned. You're not supposed to be on the TV, but you have to sit at the level with the TV. This ensures that the remote WII receives correct information when it is used. If it is not properly positioned, the Wii may incorrectly interpret the information sent from the remote control to the sensor panel.
Make sure there is no interference between the WII sensor panel and the remote control because they can block signals from the remote control to the sensor panel. If possible, move any decorations or other objects between you and the sensor panel so that there is no interference that could interfere with the signal.
Turn on the Wii and press the button on the Wii Dashboard. If the lights on the remote flash, then exit the remote control, they cannot be synchronized with the console. This is typically done by using a new remote control that is not part of the console. To get the console to recognize the remote control, synchronize the remote control with the Wii (see the Wii operating guide for instructions).
If the WII remote control still does not work correctly, try changing the batteries. If you use a Wii, the batteries can be unloaded very quickly.
Light sources, such as shining sunlight for the remote control, can cause problems with the remote control. If you can try to avoid such sunlight to enter the room.
Infrared light can also adversely affect the remote control. They may be sources of heat, such as fireplaces, candle flames, furnaces, and so forth.
Radiofrequency, such as cordless phones, wireless cards, and mice, can cause an unsustainable response to the remote control. If possible, remove these interface sources.
If neither of these tips works, there may be a more serious problem with the remote Wii. But don't throw it away because there might still be a way to fix it. All you need is a good repair manual.