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Never had this problem before. I unplugged my wii system for a few days while rearranging some furniture and now that I've plugged it back in the remote charger won't stop blinking red.

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I think I'm right?

Posted on Feb 25, 2013

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    amberseed09 Feb 25, 2013

    Thanks! You think I need to replace the battery packs since they were rechargeable. I just found it odd that they would both have gone out at the same time.

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SOURCE: neither the wireless remotes or plug in remotes

Try resyncing them to the device.

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SOURCE: I have a Toshiba BDX2100

Do you have the Blu Ray player plugged into a surge protector, sometimes surge protectors can cause odd feedback in certain electronics and cause them to be buggy. If this is the case, take it off the surge protector and plug it straight into the wall and see if that fixes the problem. If this isn't the case or doesn't solve the problem there could be a number of reasons this is happening, there could have been a surge that fried some internal components causing the player to not function correctly, or it could have just had a hardware malfunction. If this doesn't help I would recommend calling the manufacturer of the player to see if they can provide you with additional info

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SOURCE: after unplugging the cords from

If you can, borrow an AV cable from a friend, yours may be bad. If not then you may want to send it in for repair. A good place is www.videogame911.com. They are really fast with repairs and save the memory on the wii.

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