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Right hand sensors aren't working on wii fit board

We have gone through the process of checking if the sensors are working and it says right hand ones are not working. any ideas how we can fix this please?

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You must contact Nintendo via their website at www.nintendo.com. Should be no charge if you are within 90 days of purchase. Otherwise, cost will be similar to a new unit (which is actually a bargain right now).

Good luck, and I'm sorry it isn't working for you.

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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