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According to the directions: Press B - bottom left button,to go into Alarm Mode. Press D - upper right button - to activate the alarm and press again to activate the Chime, which shows on bottom left as a bell. To activate these press D. To DEACTIVATE them press D again. Press B 3 times to return to Time Telling Mode. It took a few tries, but D and B are the keys to stopping that annoying chime!
I had the same problem - replaced the battery of my Nike Triax Fury and the time was blinking and none of the buttons were working. Turns out that you need both springs placed in the proper spot - the silver and gold springs. Both springs can be placed in their proper spot with the batter in. The gold one goes in the tiny hole near the "view" spot, and the silver spring goes year the 'cage' that holds the battery in place accross from the gold spring. Good luck.
I am in South Korea. My back light has stopped working and I took it to the dealer/service office in Seoul and asked them if they could repair it. Then took it apart and said everything works find, but for the back light, I should just order a whole new analog works...is he just trying to make some money off me?
After 10 years it will be likely that the Kinetic capacitor will need upgrading. Your watch is designed to tick in two second intervals to tell you the power is very low. The power button will work again when it has some power to show. Yorkshire Watches www,yorkshirewatches.co.uk can do the upgrade for you if your in the UK. Give them a ring.
You have to wind the watch till it is fully wound (significant resistance should be felt). It doesn't matter how many times you wind it (1 or even 40) - what matters is the strength of the spring. Do as follows: At any time in the morning wind the watch up till you feel there is no more winding left (should be quite tough). Memorize the time you did it. Leave the watch (or wear it) till it stops completely. Count the hours your watch did work (from the time you wound it). Now you know exact power reserve for your watch. It is advised to wind the watch 2-3 hours before the power reserve is gone.
it is because eaitther u have not worn it for a long time 84 hours it could have stopped or (i know it is water and dust proff but that is when it is new and it will be only dust proff )u may a took it in the shower or dropped it in the water or u took ir of and kept it in the bathroom the watervapour will harm the watch there is no onther way it can stop if u dropped it it wont breck easy