Hi Does anyone else have this problem with their wii fit board? I have played on a wii fit before so i don't think it is me.(lol) But on the hula Hoop game i can't seen to catch the hoops!!!!! Is it something i'm doing or could it be my sensors? I have tried to stand differently to make sure i move my weight over on one side and almost on tip toes to the front!!! but i have only managed to catch one hoop!! But i know i can do it as i've done it on another wii fit. I have wooden floors if that makes a difference. And my board turns it's self off??
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I had the same issue with my wii board; I tried to resynch the board and it did not work. I then decided to put in new batteries and resynch again and now it works. Even if you don't think your batteries are that old try to resynch it with new batteries in the wii board, in case the batteries that you are currently using my not be producing enough power.
You have to insert a wii fit game and bypass all the stuff until the game is ready to play.Open the battery compartment on the Wii board and open the large door on the front of the Wii console.Press the sync button on the board,then press the sync button at the top of the console compartment.The fit board light should stay steady blue.If it doesn't,try it again.When the fit board stays steady blue,it is synched.
If you're not shifting enough weight to one side, you can't catch a hoop. I have found that lifting the opposite foot off the board as soon as the toss is thrown helps quite a bit.
If you're still having trouble, evaluate how the board works with other activities on WiiFit. If you notice problems in other areas, you may have a defective unit. There is a calibration feature on the program, and if that doesn't work, try opening up a trouble ticket on www.nintendo.com.
No it is not how Wii Fit is supposed to be. First, let me suggest that you ensure that the power button on the Wii Fit Balance Board is facing AWAY from the TV set. This may seem silly, but it's the most common error. As for the Hula Hoop game, make sure that your weight is all on the side of the Wii Fit Balance Board in the direction that you need to lean to catch the hoop.
There have been instances of the sensors in the Wii Fit Balance Board going out. If you have tried the above steps and you are still getting errors, please go to www.nintendo.com, register your product, and open a problem ticket with them.