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Reseting suunto d3

My suunto d3 keeps on reseting and reverting to time mode as soon as i pass about 1 metre i managed to get it to work once by removing the battery but the problem has not been stopped?

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SOURCE: Suunto watch keeps resetting itself. Changed

You wouldnt think a whole lot could go wrong with a Suunto battery change. If they had trouble getting the coin access back off and unscrewed the case then the button contacts might be out of line causing your problem. You might also check to be sure that they put the right battery in and that there are no pry marks as sometimes there are problems getting the battery out. If any excessive pressure was placed on the circuit board and it cracked it will need to be replaced.

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