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Good morning ! the problem is the battery ! replace the battery carefuly! good luck !....

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Second hand movement stopped working


Morning Mike Harris,

Tired battery will do that.

Some watches will cause the second hand to jump a few seconds as the battery get low... I have seen that a few times... typically a NEW battery WILL restore full operation...

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Hi i bought a new ikc1816. The prob that i face is that the "second" hand (longer one) when starts by pressing button "s1" the smaller hand on the above eye (i guess it is called 1/10th second hand) also...


this is a chronograph I think and what you are referring to as the long second hand is actually the chrono hand the seconds hand is at 9 oclock on this model and the smaller hand that is moving simultanusly is actually the chrono revolution counter

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The Casio Forester FT500WVB watch has an EL (Electroluminescent) backlight and requires one silver oxide button battery. The SR621W battery (also known as type 363) is recommended by the instruction manual for the watch. Note the suffix "W" means this battery is a high drain type which is suitable for powering a watch mechanism and the EL light as well for 2 to 3 years, depending on use of the light. "SW" suffix batteries are low drain and are intended only to power a watch mechanism, and not a light. Note also the "SR" prefix indicates the battery is silver oxide and not lithium. The SR type batteries do not use mercury and are therefore safer to dispose of when they are discharged. I have found the type SR626W (also known as type 377) battery is also suitable for the FT500WVB watch and it has more stored power and should therefore last longer.

Last, the Casio Forrester FT500WC looks exactly like the FT500WVB, but it is a different watch internally. The FT500WC has an LED light and requires two batteries- the SR920SW low drain silver oxide battery which powers the watch mechanism and the CR1616 lithium battery which powers the LED. The LED is brighter than an EL light and stays on longer than the EL light when activated. But the LED has a bright dot light source that some might find annoying.

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My wenger sport elegance chronograph watch stopped working after 2 months. I bought it brand new. After readjusting the time, it worked for about 8 more hours, and then died again. The small dial on the...


You should change the battery, it is the cheapest thing to try. The batteries can be very old before they are installed and could have been in the watch a long time before you got it.

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I've had the Avalon EXC talking watch for just a little over a year. A month ago, the battery quit, so I went to a store that had a jewelry counter and they replaced the battery. After just a month, it...


Some of these talking watches have 2 batteries, one for the voice and one for the hands, the one for hands is underneath the talking part. A lot of people don't know this and,just change the top battery. All watch batteries are the same voltage but the better brands tend to last longer, a good Swiss battery is the way to go. The more you use the talking function the more power you,will use

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I dont know how to adjust the time in nike led watches


My Nike LED watch has 4 buttons on it--two on each side. The two buttons on the left light up the screen, but don't do anything of note. The two pushers on the right side do all the work.

To adjust the time on your watch, push the top right button to illuminate the time. Then, while the time is displayed, push the lower right button. You need to give it a good push--a bit longer than just to light up the time. The hour digit should start flashing. Use the top right button to advance the hour to where you'd like it to be, then push the lower right button to switch to setting the minutes. Pushing he lower right button again will advance you through the opportunity to adjust the month, date, and year. When you've cycled all the way through and can see the time again, push on the top right hand button to restart the timekeeping function, and you should be good to go.

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The second hand stop moving but the watch is still working? how do i get the second hand to move?


The hands of an analog watch are often only press-fitted on the shafts (hour and minutes are tubular, seconds solid shaft) and the second hand has probably only slipped so it is no longer being driven. I suspect a watch-maker could reattach it for a small charge.

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The hands don't work?


Check out if you have two batteries in your watch - one for LED display, another for analog movement.
If there is only one battery, your watch has a mechanical fault and you will need help of a watchmaker.

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After replacing the capacitor in my 5J32-OAPO the


It is possible that the second hand is touching the crystal. However, this probably would have only happened if for some reason you remove the movement from the case and in putting it back in it now touches the crystal. If this is not the case, then I am assuming that you have pushed the crown all the way in. Please let me know if any of this works for you. I don't know of any reason that replacing the capacitor would only affect the second hand.

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