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Casio calculator watch, have changed the battery, the watch screen has come on but will not respond to any of the buttons. have removed the battery and refitted but still no response to the keys.

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  • edwardm515 Jan 13, 2009

    I have removed the board out of the watch casing and pressed the buttons but there is still no change to the display, so it is not keypad issue. The power is clearly on to the watch but i am not getting any response to the buttons on the side or the keys, its not blinking the time its just on displaying AM 12:00 02

  • edwardm515 Jan 13, 2009

    The watch could be over 10 years old.
    From looking up the casio website it appears to need a specific restart technique.

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    Bought it used, put in new battery, screen says "OPEN".buttons do not respond???

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How long did it go without a good battery in it/ before you changed it out?

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Hi, Remove the battery. Short the positive and negative terminals in the watch. Hold it for few seconds.
Re-insert the battery and check if it works. Also make sure that the buttons are not stuck (always pressed).
If it still doesnt work, the watch is faulty.

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It appears it may have gotten wet or damp. when electronics get wet the best thing to do is take out batteries and put them in a bag of rice. the rice is very dry and will absorb the moisture out of anything this works well with cell phones as wellI know ive done it many times to the same cellphone although it may be too late for your watch. it probably is shorted out. thanks for using fixya!

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A bad electrical connection in the watch itself is most likely the result. How long have you owned the watch. How long have you had this problem? Once I have more information I will be more then happy to assist you further, also please take a moment to accept and rate my solution accordingly.
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Chak the key pad of your wach its fitting correctly or chak for loose connaction

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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    sandip panchal Jan 13, 2009

    chak the capcitor its has been short

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