Question about Seiko S149 Stopwatch with Built In Printer
It is not a battery problem as the batteries only power the printer function...does anyone know how to bring this expensive piece of timing back to life?
The S149 has 2 sets of batteries
1) 4 X AA for the printer
2) a round "button battery inside the unit for the clock.
Open up the unit, you will see that it takes either a 2450 or a 2032 depending on the model.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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