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Hello i have a movado mens watch battery driven 315 silver oxide 156 v i had the battery changed about 3 yrs ago and now the watch stopped i got a new 315 battery and replaced it myself very carefully and the watch did not start the watch was purchased for about 1 000.00 in 2001 can you suggest

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U could have drained the new battery by tiuching the front and the back with your fingers jewellers use a plastic tweezers. also they sometimes have to be shorted. but if you paid $1,000 for it i would not advise you to do it unless you are sure about it. hope this helps joe

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