I have had this board for a few months and had no problem at all. Went to turn it on the other day and the blue light just flashed for a few seconds then went off. Changed the batteries, still the same, pressed the home button and did a check, seems fine on there, tried to synch the board with the console again, still no joy, the board itself just wont switch on, any ideas welcome!!!!
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Make sure that you have synced the board to the wii (similar to a controller). You have to take the battery cover off the board and push the sync button. The blue light will start flashing. From there you need to open the front cover of your wii under the power button.
From there you start up wii fit and it will prompt you to turn on your board. You should get a solid blue light. If you don't, you may need to try syncing again.