Question about Watches
I had the batteries (qty 4) replaced and now only the barometric pressure (in mb) and temperature (C) display. None of the buttons respond, i can't get it to the watch function, compass, nohting. Even the light won't work.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you can go to this link and in the upper right corner type in the model number not the module number (there are instructions for finding the model number if you don't know it) I found a band for a watch that is over 8 years old on here.
Posted on Jan 07, 2008
yes, what they said is right and will cost upto $30 and can only be fixed by them.The problem is not wid ur battery it is wid some other parts also inside it..
Since they are professional technicians for casio they charge that much.i suggest u to go for it..
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Posted on Feb 02, 2008
open the backside.
probably the light switch contact at the six side of the watch (attached to the steel mainframe) may have contact with the electronic cirquit
Posted on Mar 06, 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
it needs a reset or "all clear". look carefully on the "frame", it should have a stamped arrow marked "AC" with one or more contact points at the spot pointed to by the arrow. Touch a thin wire from the top (+) of a battery to one of these contacts, repeat until the watch resets.
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
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