Moving access points from one Cisco 5760 controller to another Cisco 5760 controller

I am trying to move a group of access points from one Cisco 5760 to another 5760 controller.  I set the IP address and controller name in the high availability section, check AP fail over to critical and click apply.  The problem I'm having is the access points either don't move or come back to the original controller.
Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong.

Thanks
nh6weAsked:
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Craig BeckCommented:
Do you have mobility configured between the WLCs?

How are the WLCs configured from a redundancy perspective?  Are they active/active or N+1?
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nh6weAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the reply.  Found the issue, it was hardware related
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nh6weAuthor Commented:
The issue was a local hardware problem
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