Does this react in the same way when your leaning forward and backward (doing the opposite)?
The Wii Fit board should have the power button facing you when you use it.
Also you can try re-syncing the Wii Board.
1. Take off the battery cover on the board and press the red sync button.
2. Go to your Wii, open the small cover under the disc drive and press the red sync button.
I believe you can also recalibrate the board via settings in the Wii Fit game main menu.
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Wii fit asks this every few days at the start of the training, especially if your weight changes drastically. Try this: Use your Mii but instead of weighting yourself, ask someone alse to do the BMI test for you. If the weight is dramatically different, Wii fit will ask you to change your goal. Hope this helps.
All i had to do was SYNCHRO the board by pressing the synchro button on the wii balance board were the battries go, the power LED will blink (note once the power LED has started blinking, stop pressing the synchro button)
THen you need to press the synchro button on the wii console, while the wii balance board's power LED is blinking
According to the Nintendo support site, here's what to do.
Your movements are not being correctly detected
Make sure that the Wii Balance Board is placed properly in front of the TV: The blue power light should be facing away from the TV. If the Wii Balance Board is facing the wrong way, your movements will be reversed.
Check the battery life of the batteries in the Wii Balance Board. If the battery level is low, try a fresh set of batteries.
Check to make sure nothing is pressing against the bottom of the Wii Balance Board. If you do find anything pressing against the bottom (such as carpet), try using the foot extensions.
If the Wii Balance Board is still not correctly detecting your movement, please call 1-800-255-3700 for assistance.
Actually, I had the same problem and discovered that you have to have the wii remote in your hand and that you must push the A button once you're on the board. Otherwise it just keeps telling you that you're moving too much.
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.
When you get to the wii menu, with the icons. On the lower left hand corner, youll see an icon where you can access settings. Click on this, from there go to the option that says "Sensor Bar" If its not on the first row, Just select the arrows opposite each other on the sides of the screen. From there you can diagnose your problems.