Question about Nintendo Wii Fit for Wii
I Keep Getting: Step Off Me And Press A
I managed to get my board working by, removing the covers from the feet sensors then placing the board upside down on the floor, then gently pulling on one foot sensor and pressing a, i continued until i found the one with the problem,
the solution i found was if you loosen the screw connecting the plate to the sensor very slightly the board will the calibrate and function correctly,
my board is still working without problems, hope this helps
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
The Wii Fit Balance Board is a very sensitive scale. There are four sensors embedded in the unit that must be calibrated every time you use it to ensure that it performs best for you. There are two sensors on the left and two sensors on the right.
When you first start up Wii Fit, it needs to ensure that the board is 'zeroed' out. It does this when you have it turned on and it says "Starting Up". If you step on the board before it says "Ok, Step On," then it will not properly initialize.
It is also very important to note that you have to go all the way out to the main Wii Fit Plaza if you decide to let someone else use the board. Each Mii is configured to a specific individual and is NOT capable of being used by any other person.
That all being said, here are some suggestions to try.
First, ensure that you have fresh batteries in the unit. Try this particularly if it's been working well and then suddenly stopped.
Second, if you have any sort of shag carpet, be sure to use the extra little foot pads that came with the Wii Fit Balance Board. If you have thick carpet (more than 3/4" thick or so), you may need to use some sort of flat board (like plywood) to place the balance board on for it to work properly.
If these suggestions do not help, please don't rate this solution a '1' as the problem exceeds the scope of what can be covered here. Please contact Nintendo through their website and open a problem ticket with them.
Good luck and thanks for using Fixya!
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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