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Changed dead batteries on PAG-40. Still one dead watch

After replacing all four batteries, keeping a 3 springs in place, no difference after watch put back together. No
displays, and no light when light button pushed.
Any ideas?

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  • Anonymous Jan 16, 2009

    reset .push the terminals wt twzzrs it say so the wtch

  • pme5 Feb 13, 2009

    i cant see exactly which part i should connect to, the battery +ve is obvious but the "AC" is not any pictures?

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There is a very small sticker with very small red print just adjacent to the battery compartment. This little sticker states "once batteries are replaced, you need to touch AC with tweezers". I did it with metal tweezers and the watch display came to life. Good luck!

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