Question about Watches
Unable to find replacement battery for my calibri cigarette lighter. I have original battery marked sanyo 1240e but cant find reference to that number anywhere.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: pocketwatch quit working
Pocket watches are watches the collect dust (from the pockets they sit in) very easily, so you may have an issue here with that being the cause of why your hands are not moving as they once did. Then again, it could be VERY easily that you went to a place to have them replaced and the battery you purchased was "aged" and no longer has power enough to make the watch function properly. I would suggest that if you replaced it yourself in a place where you bought the battery and went home to put it in, go to a place where they put it in for you as they will overturn the stock much quicker. If the clerk is someone of real knowledge they will even be able to tell you "we sell a 20 of that one every week" or something of that nature. As I have suggested to others this is the time of year where quality of service for a small watch battery is much less then it will be when you go in in 5 weeks when the store is happy to see someone.
Posted on Dec 01, 2007
SOURCE: Colibri lighter
Usualy there are screw at the bottom.
If there are no screws at all. that means the lighter is assembled in 'click-on' way and you have to use your imaginary engineering skills.
Start with a part which looks attached to lighter the last.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
SOURCE: my problem is that i
mcdevito75 here, Hello Dave, My advise is to take your lighter to a jewelery shop, you can try a small place, they may have the info or even repair your lighter. Also try Colibri watches.com try and see.
Posted on Feb 11, 2011
This lighter would normally use a CR1240E-T lithium 3 volt battery. If you still have an old flat battery, it can be charged if you know what you are doing. OK, so you don't have an old battery, so there are 2 types of battery that you can use to sort the problem. A lot of advice out there suggests using a CR1225, with a little packing to make up for the lack of thickness, this I have found barely works, as the capacity is so low to start with. And now for the real solution........ I use two silver oxide 391 batteries (11.6mm X 2.1mm @ 1.55volt each). With bits of paper to insulate the positive poles from shorting, and more paper to insulate the screw down cover from touching the top battery. The whole thing takes only a couple of mins, and you'll have months worth of bright red light and powerful sparks. Good luck John P. firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jan 01, 2012
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