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Wii fit - jogging not responding


when using the jogging option on the wii fit , my image does not respond to my movements and stays static , any idea ??

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  • CET843 Jun 25, 2008

    thanks for your reply ,

    yes using the remote as instructed , had not had any problems until yesterday , I have changed all the batteries and re- sychronised the equipment too ....

    Have also checked the sensitivity settings for the senor and remote too

  • CET843 Jun 26, 2008

    Hi really appreciate your help ,

    Have just tried the jogging option using another remote and it is now working fine ,,,, your a genius , thankyou for your help :@)

  • janewhaley Jul 02, 2008

    THe motion capabilities on one wii stopped. It won't bat or play tennis etc. It will play all games that don't require motion.

  • Marioland
    Marioland May 11, 2010

    Have you tried it with other games like Wii Sports Tennis that require motion? Sorry for the consequent questions. I am trying to figure out whenever this is a Software issue or the remote stopped responding on tilt.

  • Marioland
    Marioland May 11, 2010

    The Wii Fit Jogging plays only with the Wii Remote. Are you using the Wii remote as showed in the instuctions?



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So once the problem is solved, here's the final verdict :P

Try this on the remote that stopped working.

Put the remote on your palm with the buttons down and with your other palm, without much force, hit the back.
It may sound ridiculous but sometimes the sensors block and need a little shock to get to work again.

Glad that your problem solved.

Posted on Jun 26, 2008


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