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Wii FIt Battery Problem

I have a new Wii fit and have set it up and it is in sync. when i press the home button to see the batteries, it is only showing the ones in places 1 and 4 and is not recognising the ones in 2 and 3.

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You may check out Wii Fix Guide to fix the problem yourself. This DIY guide will show step by step pictures to fix the problems yourself without any technical knowledge.
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The places are not the batteries in the wiifit balance board. Rather they indicate the power left in the batteries in each peripheral. The Balance Board automatically sets to port 4 and the port 1 is for your controller, if you hook up additional controllers they will be in port 2 & 3.

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