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Had the same problem. It's a sync problem.
First, best to double check you have fresh batteries.
Next, turn the board upside down and remove the cover from the battery compartment.
Open the small hatch cover on the front of your console unit.
Now start wii fit from the disk menu item.
Next, press the small red button inside the balance board battery compartment. The blue lights will blink for approx 3=5 sec.
While they are blinking, press the red button on the console (in the hatch compartment).
This should re-sync your board and the light stays lit.
I had the same problem myself. After nearly 40 mins of trying and trying the Wii fit board eventually synchronized with out the Wii remotes being affected. The main thing is to make sure you do not hold down the red button on Wii console for more than 10 seconds as this unsyns the remotes. Hope this helps
Unplug the AC adapter from power cord then wait 10 min and plug it again.Open the SD Card slot cover on the front of the Wii console, just below the disc drive, and press and hold the red SYNC button for 15 seconds. This will clear all synced Wii Remotes from the console.Then push the red button again, then open the batteries cover on your Wii Remote and push the red button there.After that push the red button on console one more time, then open the batteries cover on your Wii Fit and push red button there.If this not help may your wii fit need service.
Are you pointing at the calendar with the wii remote?
Other than that... you might want to try re-syncing the remote with the wii, or change the batteries in it.
If none of that works, try cleaning the disc, a tiny bit of dish soap and a dribble of water should do the trick.
If all fails, something in wrong with the disc or the remote.
This may sound odd, but bear with me for a moment. When you jog, it is the accelerometer in the Wiimote that senses that you are moving up and down. Sometimes it gets stuck.
After ensuring that you have fresh batteries, smack (with relative strength) the Wiimote in your other hand. This should reset the accelerometer in the Wiimote. Nintendo actually has recommended folks to smack it on a table, but I don't think that's totally necessary.