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Wii balence board got hit on the top right hand corner with no apparent visual damage but now won't turn on. Light flashes two to three times then stops. Tried to resync several times but does not help. Could a sensor get damaged, if so could I fix it or have it fixed?

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Check the board if there are some loose connections that you can fix...

If problem still persist have it check for warranty purposes.

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