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Upper right sensor not working on my balance board. Did sensor check and all working but that one. What can I do?

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  • jnazario1797 Mar 11, 2009

    The board can't detect the weight and is says that you are fidgeting.

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2009

    I called Nintendo service and am getting mine repaired under warranty (90 days)

  • Anonymous Apr 01, 2009

    exact same thing... I was playing today, doing the step workout. It started out fine, but then it started saying that I was missing every other step. I finished the workout and did the diagnostic and the top right sensor wasn't working properly. I read the manual, double checked that the carpet wasn't interfering and everything else. I was using the rechargable battery pack and it was actually plugged in, so the batteries weren't an issue.

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Is it being used on carpet? if so, do you have the carpet extensions on it?

if this isnt applicable, contact nintendo for warranty replacement.

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