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Yes, this is a dead battery. Your watch will have two batteries in it. One for the time keeping and one for the animation.

When you have the one replaced it is a good idea to have the other as well.

Hope this helps,
Ken
Yellowstone Watch Inc.

Posted on Oct 01, 2009

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