Question about Timex Womens Ironman Sleek Watch Indiglo 100m Wr Alarm White Strap T5k026
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I second the vice advice...the only thing that worked was to put it in a vice and crank it one more crank then you think is possible. You will hear a little "pop" when it snaps into place. It was the only thing that worked!
Posted on Oct 22, 2008
That spring is called COIL SPRING and it transmits the signal from the microprocessor to audio membrane fixed to caseback. This is how you hear all the beeps, alarms, e.t.c.
Examine watch movement and you should fine small hole (it can be even marked with an arrow and writing: COIL SPRING).
Fit that coil spring in to the hole and close the caseback. If you hear no sound, you fitted it in the wrong hole, so, refit the coil spring till you find the right hole and hear the beeps.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
Here is the user manual to the watch
In this particular model:
1) Holding mode key for 2 secs will enter the adjustment mode.
2) Press mode button one more time to get to "time adjustment",and then use the "start/stop" and "set" keys to adjust the time as usual.
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
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