A flashing light indicates that the charger cannot connect to the battery. Remove
from the induction charger. Remove the silicone cover and battery cover from each remote control.
From the Wii Remote
The number of player LEDs flashing indicates the Wii Remote’s battery power. Four flashing lights indicate full strength, with one light flashing to indicate lowest level.
The number of blinking lights indicates the battery level of the Wii Remote. Four flashing lights indicate full strength, with one light flashing to indicate lowest level.
LIGHTS UP – The LED charge indicator lights up red when charging or blue when fully charged.
Lift the AC plug prongs until they are fully extended. Plug the charger into a standard 110-120 VAC outlet. The green LED lights up during charging. – It is normal for batteries to become warm during charging and should not be a cause for alarm.
2 ways to charge batteries: 1. Place the battery support pad in the charger and place the batteries on it. Batteries can be charged without being connected to the remote control. 2. Connect the battery to the remote control and remove the battery support pad from the charger to charge the battery with the remote control.
Insert back into Wii Remote and place on charger. Allow it to fully charge first to prolong battery life. Enjoy your “unrepairable” repaired induction charging system. You should now have a working battery.
One thing I found odd was that the system emits a very bright, solid blue light while charging. When the battery is fully charged, this turns into a very bright flashing blue light.
If you have fresh batteries that make good connections in the Nintendo Wii remote but the remote still won’t turn on, the connection to the power button may be bad. The connection between the power button and the motherboard may be dirty, causing the remote control not to turn on.
The lights on the Wii Remote will flash briefly before turning off, which means the Wii Remote is not paired with your system. Follow these steps to allow your Wii Remote to pair (or “sync”) with your Wii console. Unplug the power cord from the Wii console and let it sit for at least a few seconds.
A battery lasts 5 to 7 years with good care.
A fresh set of alkaline batteries should last up to 30 hours depending on amount and type of use. This can vary widely depending on certain factors such as Wii Remote speaker volume, rumble, battery quality and age, and the type of game being played.
Remove the battery cover on the back of the Wii Remote and insert two AA batteries by sliding the plus (+) and minus (-) tabs inside the Wii Remote’s battery compartment. Use the remote control to insert the batteries the right direction.