Re: Wont power up, blue lights stay on have changed out...
Try resetting the remote and the console. in the console you open front panel and their is a red reset button press this firmly then remove batteries from back of remote press the reset on the console again. Then replace the batteries press the red reset on the console a third time and then push the red reset button on the back of the wii remote this should take care jof your problem.
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Had the same problem. It's a sync problem.
First, best to double check you have fresh batteries.
Next, turn the board upside down and remove the cover from the battery compartment.
Open the small hatch cover on the front of your console unit.
Now start wii fit from the disk menu item.
Next, press the small red button inside the balance board battery compartment. The blue lights will blink for approx 3=5 sec.
While they are blinking, press the red button on the console (in the hatch compartment).
This should re-sync your board and the light stays lit.
You need to Sync it first.Open the SD Card slot cover on the front of the Wii console, just below the disc drive, then push the red button there, then open the batteries cover on your Wii Fit and push the red button there.
Make sure that whatever game you are playing (ie: Wii Fit) is fully loaded before pressing the power button.
If the light continues to go off, you may need to re-sync your Wii Fit balance board to the console. To do this, load Wii Fit, and when the program is running, press the red button inside the battery cover. Immediately press the same type of red button inside the panel on the Wii located between the eject and reset buttons (on the face).
If these steps don't work, try fresh new alkaline batteries and repeat.
Note that there have been lots of complaints using rechargable batteries. I've had the same alkalines in my unit for 3 months now. If insistent on using rechargables, I suggest buying several of the same battery and a quick (15 minute or 1 hr) charger as opposed to ANY after-market recharging product. It will be cheaper and more reliable.
You may want to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. In the meantime, try keeping it plugged into the USB port for at least an hour, or perhaps overnight. See if the light stops flashing and stays on. Then try plugging it back into the Wii Fit unit.
My personal suggestion is to return the charger and battery and buy a 15-minute charger and four more NiMH AA batteries than you need for all of your accessories. Not only are AA batteries compatible with all your accessories, but you won't be out a gizmo while it's needing to be charged.