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Display is messed, did the battery die?

The watch was acting weird for a while, always changing time on its own, and then one day it just went blank. Every section on the screen is visible but the lights or nothing will come on and nothing happens when you push the buttons. I do not want to send it away if it is only the battery, but i do not want to void the warranty at the same time! help!

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Hey, this just happened to my nixon watch (I have the nixon housing - same setup as the lowdown) and what you have to do is simply hold in the light display button for about 3 seconds and the display won't disappear after the light times out.

hope this helps :)

Posted on May 10, 2011

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