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Problem with wii fit rechargeable battery pack

I have the wii fit rechargeable battery charger. When I put the usb in the port and hook everything up the red light is not coming on showing me that it is charging. what do I need to do?

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    I have the Nexxtech Rechargeable battery pack for Wii fit and it has worked in the past but suddenly it doesnt seem to be charging

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We need to play with cable or no i have the same proplme

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Ever since using the rechargeable battery pack for the balance board, our balance board keeps stopping due to an "interuption with the connection". I have to wait for the light to stop blinking then turn it back on. Meanwhile it picks up right where you left off so I miss some stuff. It's fully charged! Any help?

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Make sure the battery charger is connected, and that the port connections are tight, other than that I would say you have a faulty charger.

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