Apple Watch loses power

I stainless steel Apple Watch, of computing power lost and won't take a charge.

There was no warning of low power, she just died.

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Hello

Try restarting your watch force: hold down the side button and the digital Crown for about 10 seconds, until you see the logo.

If this does not help, then try to charge your watch for about 2.5 hours, making sure that you follow the instructions from here:

After this period, if it has not already restarted automatically, remove it from the charger and:

-Try to restart it (by pressing the side button until you see the Apple logo).

-If necessary, then try force it restarts again.

More information:

If your Apple Watch does not respond or won't turn on - Apple Support

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