Question about Stackhouse Seiko S129 Printing Stopwatch
Sony uses a thermal paper, so the most suspect component would be the heating element for the head, or perhaps old paper, which has lost it's thermal capabilities. Since it's new, the paper should be good, but could be shelf-aged perhaps.
Here's a page link to order new paper:
Some sites report this watch as being discontinued, so you may have to contact Sony for support or parts, if available:
I couldn't find any blogs about these units being repaired, so couldn't get any hints about testing the thermal head unit.
Good luck, and hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
From my point of view, what could have cause this problem is the battery, but since you said you have anew battery, the problem could be factory defects on the unit, i will advice you return the unit for replacement.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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