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Check the mtion sensing magnetic switch thats under the seat rail. It determines if you are rowing and sends a signal to the computer. Make sure all connections are fully seated. You may have loosened a wire when you swapped the batteries.
This was my friend rowing that we received as a "gift" (he wasn't using it anymore) and the LCD display stop working.
Without the user manual, I decided to remove the side panel and by doing so the LCD panel pop out showing the source of the problem...
The AA battery simply felt off inside the case.
So my guess is that either your battery felt off or is dead.
So here're the steps...
1. remove the LCD panel (use a flat screwdriver if needed)
2. if there's no battery, it is probably inside the assembly. You can try to retreive it by removing the 7 screws on one side or simply leave the battery if it's not interfering with the rowing mechanics.
3. if there's a battery, it's probably dead. Change it!
Klik and Crane & Viceroy are excellent and robust watches, but due to the radio control batteries need to be changed more often than ordinary watches.
Instructions for resetting the time on a Klik or Crane & Viceroy watch.
With the watch face upwards and the buttons on the right assume the buttons to be; top button - "A", middle button "B"
For setting the watch to GMT all hands need to point to 12 oclock exactly.
To achieve this press Button A until the hands start spinning. Stop the spinning when the time reaches a couple of minutes before 12 oclock by repressing A. Inch the time forward by repressing Button A until all hands are at 12 oclock.(EXACTLY). Press Button B within 10 seconds and the time will advance 1 hour and stop. The radio signal will be picked up automatically and time will set itself in a few minutes.
If you have radio dead spots avoid these when resetting the watch and do it away from magnetic or large metal objects. i.e. trays etc.
If you are refitting a new battery and have a battery that isn't quite dead, do the advancement of time with the old battery and fit the new one near to 12 oclock to get the best life out of the new battery.
If for any reason you want the watch to be in radio mode but read a time other than GMT ( no adjustment is needed for BST ), then instead of stopping the watch at 12 oclock stop it at the time in relation to 12 oclock. i.e. if you wanted the watch to read 30 minutes fast then stop the watch at 12.30.
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