Need help fixing my Energizer Wii rechargable battery.

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  1. Lazerwave

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    This has happened twice now.

    I own a Flat panel Energizer Charging battery system for my Wii. When I place my Wii remotes on the panel it charges the Batteries.

    But for some reason 2 of my batteries won't charge. They sit on that panel for hours, even days and they won't activate my remotes.

    I checked online and they don't sell those certain batteries separate for that panel.

    Is there a way of fixing them or can I just buy some regular rechargable Energizer batteries and replace the ones that were included in the Charging panel?
     
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    First of all, yes it's that panel. Second I own a 4X system, but I used it for only 2 remotes for now. Final, the ones that are not working right now I press every button and the lights below don't light up even if the the wii is off.
     
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    If you put in normal AA batteries, do they work then?
     
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    I haven't tried that, but if I did I'm sure the remote will work then.
     
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    Just checked some of my usual haunts, and came up with this:
    EDIT: Also, if that doesn't work:
     
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    ^^^ What do you mean that won't work?

    First you say AAA replacments can work, but now you say they won't?
     
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    Lol, my bad. I meant IF that doesn't work.
     
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    Ok, Thanks for the help.

    But I'll be open for other ideas.
     
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    Is there any green on the battery ends?
    Use a eraser on the ends of the battery. Erasers help take off corrosionand other gunk.
     

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