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If your numbers dim when you push any button, it's probably a battery. If your numbers are off or very faint same problem, battery. Those watches take a 1.50 V cell because of the light, and multi functions. Any decent jewelry store should be able to have you in and out in 10 minutes or sooner.

Good luck, gabe.

La Crosse XG-55... | Answered on Oct 23, 2015

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It means OverFLow - the display unit can read from -39.8°F to 139.8 °F and it is getting a signal from the sending unit that is lower than -39.8 or higher than 139.8. This happens when the sending unit goes haywire (or, not likely, when temperature out doors is REALLY lower or higher than the range). Replace the sending unit. If you really like the product, I suggest you buy another of the same model. It will come with a new sending unit and that will be read by both of the displays if they are within 80 ft of the sending unit. Good luck.

La Crosse... | Answered on Feb 22, 2015

when you have an expensive watch, take it to a jeweler or, to a pawn shop. Many pawn shops change batteries, and are cheaper than jewelers. Always ask for price first.

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try holding down on one of the set pins for 2 to 5 seconds, then let off. some watches wont reset unless you do that.

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