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I have two fossil watches, pr5181 and a pr5183. Both are fairly new with one not ever worn, one just a few times. The worn one quit working, changed battery, still not working. Second one still had plastic sheet between bottom of battery and watch. Removed the plastic sheet and reinstalled battery, still not working. Is there something you have to push to get to reset?

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  • WickedRaven8 Apr 16, 2008

    Same issue here. Don't know what to do about it. It's a great watch. Never been worn and it's just not working.

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The watch has two batteries. underneath the large disk battery is a smaller button battery. replace the small button battery and your watch should start up again.

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