Ok So now
U need to sync your balance board
The same way u do it 4 ya wiimotes
press sync in the front of the wii an also under ur balance board hold the one in th front of the wii but release the one in the balance board til it works
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It's either not establishing a connection with the Wii, or it's batteries need changing. I personally have never had to connect a balance board with the Wii for the first time, I only played with it at my friend's house.
It likely needs to be resync'ed since it hasn't been used in a while. The flashing lights show it is trying to connect to the Wii...if they never turn to a steady blue, it never connected. A sync should correct the problem.
First press the red "sync" button on the front of the console, then inside the battery door of the Balance Board. The results should be immediate. If the board never holds a steady blue light after trying to sync, you problem is something else that I couldn't guess!
I hope this helps!
You have to sync it up to the Wii. Open the little compartment under the reset button. Press the little red button, and press the red sync button on the balance board. Which can be found were the batteries are placed.