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Problem with the Wii Board

I have recently purchased a Wii Board and it is really good however today it seems to be set opposite to what the game says. On the Step game for instance if it says start with your right foot I have to start with my left. Is this the settings that are wrong?

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  • woodles Sep 21, 2008

    You are totally correct!! Took it down to my daughters today and she put it down on the floor the other way round (the way we always use it apparently!) and it Worked!!! Thank you for taking the time to reply.



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This may sound stupid and apologies if you have already thought of it - but we had the same problem and simply had the board the wrong way round - hopefully that's all it is and nothing serious.

Posted on Sep 21, 2008

  • sueb448 Sep 22, 2008

    So pleased i could help!

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