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Playing Wii Fit, continually get message:Communications with the wii remote have been interupted press A to reconnect the wii remote. Have changed batteries, help?

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  • hmfceh12 Sep 15, 2008

    thanx, will try all of these and let you know. thanx again for your time.

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Try checking the sensor bar connections, moving the sensor bar around to different positions.. higher/lower/left/right/closer/further. also if you have shinny background behind the sensor or sunlight/bright lights these will cause loss of signal. check the bar and remotes for oily film. last thing try a different remote if it does the same thing your sensor bar may need replacing if it doesn't the remote could be defective. hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 15, 2008

  • Ken Newberg Sep 17, 2008

    i did forget to ask if you were using a wired or infrared sensor bar. if infrared it may be in a location that the wii signal is getting blocked by other infrared devices using similar frequencies. moving it may help.

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