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Wii fit doesn't work

Ny wii fit light comes on then goes off I changed the batteries bit doesn't help

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  • Anonymous Apr 05, 2009

    My wii fit board turns on a few seconds then goes off again, have changed the batteries and the game is fully loaded - i have pressed the reset button next to the batteries and the light comes on for a little longer but then goes off again - PLEASE HELP

  • netite May 12, 2009

    When attempting the initial measurements in Wii Fit the software resets itself or is unable to get a reading fo your weight. We sometimes get a message to the effect of "stop fidgeting" before the reset occurs.

    The strange part about this problem is we are able to use balance and other games without a problem.



    Any ideeas?

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Make sure the program that your are running (ie: Wii Fit, etc) is completely loaded. Your balance board will NOT power up if the software is not running on your Wii.

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  • VentureForth Apr 08, 2009

    The button next to the batteries is not a reset button per se, but rather a sync button. With Wii Fit running, press the reset button on the Wii Fit balance board and immediately press the same color red button on your Wii console (it's in the control panel where the SD card goes, between the reset and eject buttons).



    If you've pressed the red button on the Wii Fit balance board without pressing the sync button on the console, you could disengage it from your system.



    Good luck!

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