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If you changed battery yourself, you've lost the tiny spring without noticing it. Carefully check around the place where you changed the battery. The spring itself is very, very tiny, so, be as concentrated as much as you can. That spring (coilspring named by watchmakers) transmits the signal from watch movement to the watch back cover where the sound membrane is located. In case if you find it, open the watch and insert that spring with the bent out end first in to the desired hole in watch movement (should be named COIL SPRING). After that re-assemble watch and the sound should work.
mcdevito75 here, The quatrz movement could need a little quartz oil or the quartz movement could be going bad, but foirst check make sure you have the correct battery and that it didn:"t work loose Return to whoever changed the battery to have it checked.
No, there isn't any buttons you are missing.
My first advie is to test battery for full power. If it is, then clean all contacts in battery hatch.
If it still do not work, the gear train can be jammed or the integrated circuit faulty and repairs can be undertaken by skilled watchmaker only.