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Centre Sensor no longer functioning

My T-Touch Centre Sensor is no longer functioning, although the rest 6 sensors around edge still working fine. But I am no longer able to return to time mode. I have to wait for time out.

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    Shereif Osman Apr 08, 2017

    James I have the same problem. How did you fix it?

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There is a two year warranty for tissot.

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You are need to send it into tissot for a service. You cannot fix this problem on your own. There is a two year warranty for tissot. Hopefully you will be eligible.

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