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If your Avia stopwatch has no option for muting the beeps, there is a very simple way to achieve a semi-permanent mute capability.
1. Using a small screw driver, remove the case back of the stop watch. 2. You will see on the inside of the back panel, a small circle stuck to it. This is the piezo speaker that beeps. 3. Take a small piece of tape and apply it to the speaker. Best choice would be a smooth painter's tape (blue) or electrical tape (black). But thick clear packing tape might work as well. It doesn't need to be a big piece -- just large enough to be in position between the speaker and the metal contact from the stopwatch module. 4. Re-assemble the watch. 5. Test for sound.
I might have the solution. Is it a rectangular watch with a leather strap? It sounds weird, but I have a watch with no brand name on it (bought yesterday from K-Mart at $9.99) with the model #A126-06. The package insert said "Advance Watch Group." I googled them, and they manufacture watches for Kenneth Cole, Tommy Bahama and a bunch of other designers.
I was really surprised because K-Mart is the last place I'd buy a watch, except that it looked like my broken Raymond Weil tank watch.
I suggest you go to K-Mart and see if you find a watch that looks like yours.
The back of this watch is marked as follows:
Stainless Steel Caseback