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How I cured my Seiko ER 9000

This is what I did to "cure" my ER 9000 from locking up etc.

First remove the batteries. Wrap the ER 9000 in four or five layers of cling film ensuring that it is completely sealed. Place it in the freezer overnight. When you remove it the next day, DO NOT remove the cling film until the whole thing comes up to room temperature again otherwise the ER 9000 will get wet from condensation. This should take 2 or 3 hours to be certain. Now remove the cling film and wipe the unit to ensure that it is dry. Refit the batteries ( new ones if you can) then and this is important PRESS RESET before you do anything else. If all is well it should come back to normal. I hope that this is helpful and you have the same success as I had.
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