Question about Timex Ironman 30 Lap 53952 Wrist Watch
I have recently got my timex iron man out of the cupboard again. The battery was dead so I took it to my local battery supplier to get a replacement. By the time I got home the battery was dead. I took it back to the shop and the same thing happened. Both times there appeared to be a full display prior to leaving the shop.
Can anyone help.
Over time the circuitry in a watch can become worn and corroded. This corrosion is usually barely noticeable. More often, you won't be able to see much damage at all. Nonetheless, the circuit is worn and is giving too much resistance to the battery. This is cause the battery to pump too much voltage into the circuit just to run the watch. This is draining your watch very quickly. This is more common as the watch gets older.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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