Usually after changing the battery you need to "ac" it, which means to restart the ic, or else the light will keep on. please check there is a area on the pc board says "AC". all you need to do is use a metal pin to contact it. if it dosn't work then try press all push buttom at same time, it has the same function as press "AC"
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I had the same problem - replaced the battery of my Nike Triax Fury and the time was blinking and none of the buttons were working. Turns out that you need both springs placed in the proper spot - the silver and gold springs. Both springs can be placed in their proper spot with the batter in. The gold one goes in the tiny hole near the "view" spot, and the silver spring goes year the 'cage' that holds the battery in place accross from the gold spring. Unfortunately, I can't add a photo or I would. Good luck.
Did you just have the battery changed? Sometimes once a watch is open and things are moved around, the connection wires that are pushed by the buttons will need to be adjusted.I would take to a watchmaker/jeweler to have looked at.
sounds like the contact inside for the ligt button is stuck on. Remove the back again and take a look at the contact under the light button to see if it is stuck, if so, GENTLY pry it out a bit so it's not touching all the time... GOOD LUCK