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How to Check the Wii Remote's and Wii Balance Board Battery Levels

Published by SuperCheats Staff on Sep 13th 2013
There is nothing more annoying then when your battery dies. It is recommended that if using rechargeable batteries to use Nickel Metal hydride batteries.

There are two ways to check the Wii Remote's battery levels.

  1. Remove the battery cover of your Wiimote. Once removed press the Red Sync button located to under the batteries to the right.

  2. The lights in the front of the Wiimote will begin to flash. The number of lights flashing indicates the Wiimote's battery level. If all four lights flash it indicates a full battery strength, if only one light is flashing this indicates the battery is at a low level.

  3. On your synchronized Wiimote, Press the Home button.

  4. Select the Wii Remote Settings option from the Home Button menu.

    The battery levels of all of the synchronized Wiimotes are shown at the bottom. Four bars indicates that the battery is completely full, one bar indicates low battery.

For Wii Balance Board:

  1. Press the HOME Button on the Wii Remote.

  2. The battery indicator for the board will appear in the P4 position on the menu screen.

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