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    jacobotter

    I have had this happen too. Would like some advise.

    After getting battery changed, my Steel takes on moisture from sweating when running or doing any other high energy activity.

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    liz

    I've sorted my problem. Took back off, inserted watch into bowl of rice to dry out. The next day water was evaporated. Put the back on and pressed hard until it clicked tight shut and all OK. Mine back wasn't pressed down hard enough to lock properly so that's why water got in. Now keeping it on in shower and swimming pool and all OK!

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    Raven

    Usually the issue of water entering the watch is mainly caused by the back cover not being properly secured. I had this problem too before and since then I always bring my watch to jewelers for them to professionally replace the battery for me.

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