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Open the watch and get the battery out. Take a watchmakers screwdriver or hardened steel pin and clean (scrape) all battery related contacts till they are clean and shiny. Use dust blower to get rid of any scrape-offs. Replace the battery and contact. If all this do not work, then you will have no option, but to bring the watch in for repair (professional cleaning).