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I replaced my battery in my fossil blue watch and it still does not work

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If your watch is equipped with an illuminated (pushbutton) dial, it may have two batteries as does mine. One is easy to access, the other that supplies power to the movement requires removing the works to replace it. They chose this arrangement because the illumination requires more often replacement than the one used for the movement.

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