Nintendo MAA-RVO-S-USZ-C0 Handheld Game System User Manual

Wii Remote
(Shown with the included Wii Remote Jacket attached.)
Back view
(Shown with the battery cover removed.)
Pointer Lens
Power Button
Press to turn the Wii mini
console ON or OFF.
+Control Pad
A Button
HOME Button
Press to display the HOME Menu
screen. See the Wii Menu Manual,
HOME Menu, for more information.
Minus (–) Button
Plus (+) Button
1 Button
2 Button
Player LEDs
Indicate which player the
remote is set up for.
Wii Remote Wrist
See page 18 for information on
wrist strap use.
B Button
Strap Lock
Wrist Strap
Wrist Strap cord
External Extension
Allows connection of external
accessories such as the Nunchuk.
SYNC Button
Used when synchronizing a Wii
Remote Plus with the console.
See pages 19–20.
Sensor Bar
Control Stick
Nunchuk Plug
Connects to the External Extension
Connector on the Wii Remote Plus.
Connector Hook
Insert the cord of the wrist
strap through the hook.
Z Button
C Button
Lock/Release Levers
Squeeze levers to remove
plug from Wii Remote Plus.
To take advantage of the features of the Nunchuk accessory, you must use Wii
game software that supports Nunchuk gameplay features. Look for this icon on
game packaging for games that are designed to be used with Nunchuk.
NOTE: If the Control Stick is moved out of neutral position when the Wii power is turned ON, or when
connecting to the remote, that position will be set as neutral position, causing incorrect game control during
game play. To reset the Control Stick, allow it to return to the normal neutral position, then simultaneously
hold down the A, B, Plus (+) and Minus (–) buttons on the remote for three seconds.
To avoid this from occurring, do not move the Control Stick when:
Turning the Wii mini console on
Plugging the Nunchuk into the Wii Remote Plus
Starting Channels from the Channel Menu
Returning to the Wii Menu from games or Channels
Sensor Bar Plug
Plugs into the Sensor Bar Connector on the back of the Wii mini console.
See pages 11–14 for installation instructions.