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I suggest that your watch has an oxidized contacts and electricity can not reach the movement. Do as folloes: Take out the batttery, Clean (scrape) all battery related contacts till they are shiny (use hardened steel needle for that), Use the dust blower to get rid off any tiny dust and dirt particles after cleaning, Refit the battery back. Now your watch should work again. If all written above do not help, then there is a problem with your watch and you will need the help of the watchmaker. Do not forget to rate, please.
have you changed the batteries recently? Wireless mice seem to eat batteries faster. I have a Dell wireless mouse. It will work fine for months and then nothing. That's when I know to change out the batteries. If your batteries are fresh, make sure they are seated in their slots securely.