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WII FIT Board only recognizes movement on one side

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  • killerpegg Dec 31, 2008

    when playing certan games on wii fit like the dance in time one and most gym stuff with the trainer it works like left is right and right is left ???

  • pcraig2 Jan 12, 2009

    What can be done if the sensor is broken/not functioning?

  • adhoffman4 Jan 15, 2009

    I did the wii board test and it told me that the bottom right sensor is not working. So can you buy a new sensor? It is under warranty but it was a gift and I don't have the receipt.




  • anderezanav Mar 09, 2009

    I have the same problem! Although it is my right upper sensor that is not working. I already checked and the power button is always facing away from the TV... is there any other solution?

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2009

    so what do you do if sensor is not working?
    the test showed left bottom not working - how do you fitx it?

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2009

    but seriously how do you fix it? Take it to a repair person or just but a new one? What the heck do you do?

  • aurorastar24 Apr 13, 2009

    MINE IS UPPER RIGHT TOO CAN IT BE FIXED WITHOUT SENDING AWAY THEY WANT 55 DOLLARS BOUGHT MINE FOR FORTY FROM A FRIEND

  • L. M. Rabalais May 22, 2009

    I am having the same problem. My board is facing the right direction and I just ran a check on the sensors and all are fine. So what else could the problem? I have a cover over the board, but that has not posed any problems in the past. I have only had it for not quite a month. Any suggestions?

    Thanks


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Try doing the balance board test to make sure all the sensors are working probably. Click on "User Settings" (the wrench) on the wii fit plaza page. From there your should click on the "wii balance board check." It will walk you through the process and check your sensors to make sure they are working.

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Make sure that the power button with the blue light is facing towards the back of you, away from the tv. Mine did the sam ething until I switched the board around and now it works perfectly!

Posted on Feb 12, 2009

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I called Nintendo and they said there are sensor problems with some of the boards. We had to send ours back, free of charge (they even paid for shipping) and had a new one within 12 days. 1-800-255-3700 is the repair and troubleshoot #....

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SOURCE: my wii fit balence board is not regerstering my

make sure you are using the proper set up for yourself and not someone elses. For instance if my 70lb son tries to use my settings at about 260lb the board will not read the same.

Also make sure your balanced on a flat floor not some thick or shag carpet that is giving underneath it this will change your weight distribution.

If these are not issues it is possible your batteries are just to low and dont have enough juice to fully function.

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