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Wii board not letting you step on

The wii board will not let you step on because every time it says "please, step off and press a." when you step off it says that the wii weights anywhere between 12-14 pounds...

help anyone?

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You will need a new Wii board unfortunately. The Wii board is not designed to be jumped on, nor an excessive amount of weight be placed on it, as it damages the springs inside the board. 
If it is a new board, the chances are it is faulty. Take it back to the store you purchased it from and get it replaced.

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