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Hello, I have a Mitutoyo digital micrometer that I just changed the battery in. It hasn't been used in several years, I put my caliper battery in and it worked fine a few days ago. Now I put in the new battery and the readout shows 0.000000 with no change as you turn the dial and it shows a "P" flashing. Any ideas

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Hit the origin button the p will go away

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