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Battery replacement I changed the battery on my Polar CE0357 and get a bunch of digital junk displayed all over the screen. Replaced with a DL2025 3v watch battery

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Mine had a Panasonic CR2205 battery in it. I replaced it and Voila!

There is a funky clip holding the battery in place. I used a tiny flat head screw driver and put it in the side where it looked like it fit and the clip popped off enabling me to free the battery.

Happy aerobics!

Posted on Feb 14, 2013

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Have you checked a different battery, or verified that the replacement battery is of the same type?
The reaction of the watch is typical for power stress/voltage drop, either due to a bad(weak, old) battery or the wrong battery type.

Posted on Feb 23, 2009

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Open Caseback. Unclip the contact. Replace battery, clip contact back and put the caseback on.

Posted on Mar 23, 2009

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Follow this link:

http://www.polar.fi/en/support/product_support?product=125

This is original Polar support site.Here you will find all the info available.

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Posted on Mar 28, 2009

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HOW TO REPLACE BATTERY IN MY POLAR TARGET WITH A TS1 TRANSMITTER

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SOURCE: fading LCD display on Polar F11

I have this problem as well! I was just googling this problem when I found your post. I have the exact same watch and have had it for 2 years. I don't expose it to the sun or heat though.

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