Question about Watches
It has 2 diving clock your brand models AQALAND C022 088 034 Y 088 093 C022 and other Y. Both clock having the same problem. The analog hands do not work only secondary pulses. Digital part of an hour is fine and depth gauge within him. Could you recommend me to service in Europe where we could improve this problem. Watches are manufactured in different periods of 7 000000 copies between them and have the same problem.
Unfortunately most of those model movements are discontinued so it is very difficult to find a place that will service them.
Posted on Oct 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This problem may be due to your analog hands being improperly zeroed. To find out, try this: 1. Put the watch in chronograph mode by rotating the crowon in its normal position to "chr" 2. Pull out the crown two clicks. This should cause all of the hands to point to zero. If you do this and your minute hand points to 1 o'clock, or five minutes, you will know that this is the problem. If this is the problem, you can can correct it by zeroing the hands as follows: 1. Put the watch in chronograph mode by rotating the crowon in its normal position to "chr" 2. Pull out the crown two clicks. This should cause all of the hands to point to zero, or close to it. You should also notice the letters "HR" in the lefthand digital display. This allows you to move the hour hand by rotating the crown. If the hour hand is not pointing at 12 o'clock, rotate it so that it does. 3. Push the top button once. The letters "MIN" should appear in the lefthand digital display. This allows you to move the minute hand on the large dial, and the minute and hour hands on the small UTC dial. Rotate the crown so that the minute hand points directly to 12 o'clock. 4. Push the top button again. The letters "SEC" should appear in the lefthand digital display. Rotate the crown to point the second hand directly at 12 o'clock. 5. Push the crown back into its normal position. Set the digiatl time and date in your tie zone, and your analog hands should match the digital read-out. If the zeroing of the hands is not the problem, I don't know what is wrong with the watch.
Posted on Sep 27, 2007
SOURCE: Casio G-Shock G-7400 Watch
Thought this would happen when I sent you a request to help me simply change the analog time on my watch.
Your repsone to free suppor tis asking me to enter into a arrangement that requires payment.
I've solved the problem from another site free of charge.
I'm very disillusioned with the way you promote your site and will definitley recommending to others to stay clear of it.
COmes across as we can help you free of charge but bottomline is that this won't happen.
Onlty wanted to know how I change the analog time on my watch - could go to the Jewler to do this free of charge - thought the internet would help but your company has prolonged the support immensely.
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
The Citizen Eco Drive watches use special recharchable batteries.
I started collecting a couple of watches and I noticed sometimes a jeweler replaces them with an ordinary battery. The watch will work and at the same time it will try to recharge this one until it explodes! In newer models they made it harder to use the non-rechargable ones by adding a special connector or clip to the rechargable battery types.
Okay, if you say your battery goes bad, or watch does not run okay? It may have lost the charge over time. First thing to try is to leave it on the window sill so the dial is in the sun. It will start ticking, but please leave it out there for 3 days to a week. The seconds hand will tick irregularly in steps of one and two seconds, to show you it wants you to readjust the time, as it knows it has lost time. Adjust the time and it should run smoothly.
The seconds hand should run in single second steps, if it takes steps regularly, but every 3 seconds or so, it tries to tell you that its power level is going down. It will be able to continue for one or two days, but you should get it into the sun more often.
Charging the battery under a lamp is possible, however this heats up the watch and this may reduce battery life. As long as the watch keeps running I believe it should keep good time. It is quartz anyway. If this is not the case, and a good sunbath does not help, the mechanism could be running heavy, possibly due to overheating the watch; no help there...
If you need to know more about the Eco Drive, look for detail tech manuals for all types here: http://www.citizenwatch.com/downloads/tech/tech.htm
Those are great watches as long as you remember it needs light to charge.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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