Question about Watches
Hi i work in environments where all sorts of crud are blown, thrown and basically anything that could happen will, my question is do I need to clean the triple sensor housing? Will it degrade accuracy if not? If so how do I do this?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: PRG-70YT-1V self-reset
no, it changed automatically via the atomic satellite that changes all atomic clocks around the world. It so happens you bought a watch that was made in a different, much different time zone. You have been taken.
Posted on Jan 02, 2008
Like anon129 I had the same problem. Those "outdoor" functions need more battery power than just telling the time and the stopwatch do. When the rechargeable lithium battery gets old and tired - which they apparently sometimes do for no very good reason - it can't provide enough power when required to, so it goes into recovery mode. It's very annoying but if your battery level indicator is already showing H the only solution is to replace the battery.
My second battery seems to be lasting better, but I'm not leaving it charging in the sun for ages this time, as I think it overheats it when the battery is full. I'm also not using the outdoor features as much, and the light hardly at all.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
Yes, go to "www.casiowatches.shriro.com.au/" where you should be able to find the information you need.
Click on "service agents" to find the address of your nearest agent.
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
SOURCE: casio protrek 2894
The battery does NOT need replaced.
The word "Open" on this watch means that the sensor inside the back of the watch has detected that that the back is open. I ended up having to repair this problem myself after a local watch repair guy told me he didn't want to mess with it. You'll have to get a micro-philips screwdriver and remove a few screws and pop the end caps off to get to your problem.
After you have removed the screws and end caps inside the back there's a small spring that pushes against a copper disk glued to the back of the watch. The problem is that Casio has used a crappy glue to hold this disk in place and it needs to be removed and reglued to the back in it's proper place with super glue. It's a pain in the **** but I have repaired mine by doing this. BTW...I have found a video or another help for this fix on line so I won't go too much into it. Do a Google search and you'll find the step by step process listed elsewhere.
Posted on Nov 20, 2011
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