- Step 1: Decide if you want to store the console horizontal Decide whether you want to store the Wii console horizontally or vertically. Attach the console stand if you will store it vertically.
- TIP: Have at least 3 feet of space between where you will be playing and your TV.
- Step 2: Connect the AV cables Connect the AV plug into the connector on the back of the console. Insert the colored plugs into the proper input connectors on your TV.
- Step 3: Connect and mount the sensor bar Connect the sensor bar plug into the connector on the back of the console. Mount the sensor either on top of the TV or just below the TV screen.
- TIP: Be sure that the middle of the sensor bar is aligned with the center of the TV screen.
- Step 4: Attach the AC adapter and plug it into an outlet Attach the DC part of the AC adapter to the back of the console. Plug the other end into a standard wall outlet. Press the Power button on the console to turn the Wii on.
- Step 5: Synch the Wii remote Synch the Wii remote by pressing and releasing the Synch button located under the batteries. The lights on the remote will flash.
- Step 6: Finish synching the remote Press and release the Synch button located under the panel on the front of the Wii. When the lights on the remote stop flashing, your remote has been synched. Now you're ready to play!
- FACT: Did you know? The original Nintendo Entertainment System was introduced in 1985.
You Will Need
- 1 A Nintendo Wii console and cables
- 1 A Nintendo Wii remote