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Put in a Wii Fit compatible game. Start the game up. Once you bypass the wrist strap safety message open up the SD card slot on the front of the Wii and remove the battery cover on the Wii Fit Balance Board. Press and release the sync button. The blue light will start blinking. Then press and release the red sync button on the Wii console.
If this does not fix the problem make sure the battery level for the balance board is not low. Change the batteries anyway just incase.
If that still does not fix the problem, make sure the game you are using is Wii Fit compatible.
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!
Ok I feel a little silly, there is a sync button on the console (inside the flap by the power on button) and the board (inside the battery compartment on the underside of the board) as soon as I pressed them at the same time it worked. Goodluck everyone.