Question about Nintendo Wii Fit for Wii
It is not low batteries and is not line-of-sight "stuff" in the way.
Bluetooth is RF not IF; does not need line-of sight.
The problem is in the sensors in the feet of the board.
Pick the board up, click "A"; set the board back down and it starts to work.
It misses footsteps during the exercise; SO, bad sensors. Crappy design is the problem. Some break sooner, some break later. Not an overweight user issue either.
Posted on May 15, 2010
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