Question about Watches
NEED TO REPLACE BATTERY BUT UNABLE TO REMOVE OLD ONE
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: flashing display
I just had this problem. Put it to the chronograph, pull out the crown to the 3rd position, press the A+B buttons at the same time until everything on the display comes on.
Push the crown back in and the watch will be totally reset. Should be fine after that.
Posted on Dec 19, 2007
This reset trick works with other Casio Alarm Chrono digital watches, such as my old Model W-720, similar to your F91-W. After the new lithium coil cell is installed and secured with the spring clip, the watch may show random segments in the LCD display or may simply be blank. Insert a sewing needle, paper clip, or blade of a small jeweler's screwdriver into the hole on the back of the movement stamped "AC" (All Clear) to momentarily connect the gold plated contact at the bottom of the hole to the stainless steel battery clip. The battery clip in most such Casio watches is connected to the "+" terminal of the coin cell. This will reset the CMOS chip and it should start up with the watch displaying 12:00 and the date at 1-1. Then, use the control buttons to set the time and date in the normal fashion.
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
For closing your caseback you need the man with very strong hands first, but it might not work as some casebacks can be closed using special tools only.
Before you visit the watchmaker, try this: first of all open your bracelet by taking out spring lug. This will make more space at the back. Then take watch caseback and check for groove in it. Align that groove with stem (pin going into watch movement) and deepen grooved caseback side as it should be. Then without turning caseback apply great pressure with both hands to the watch(from caseback and dial sides). If hands are strong enough, caseback should snap on into place.
In case if it doesn't work, find a piece of thick leather (wide mens belt will do) and place it on completely flat surface (table top). Place the watch face down on that leather, adjust caseback groove with stem again and try to press caseback down with both hands, only this time using your weight.
If all mentioned above doesn't work- you have to go to see watchmaker.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
Battery replacement is more difficult than it appears. One of the most common problems is watches that do not work after battery replacement.
Take it to a watch shop and ask them to do it for you.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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