Question about Timex Ironman 30 Lap 53952 Wrist Watch
SEE EVEN AFTER THE REPLACEMENT OF BATTERY --BACKLIGHT IS NOT WORKING THEN THE PROBLEM MAY BE DUE TO THE DAMAGE OF THE Light is electromagnetic radiation WHICH CAUSE THE BACKLIGHT DISPLAY . THIS CAN'T BE SLOVED BY OURSLEVES SO IT IS GOOD TO APPROACH AN AUTHORISED SERVICE CENTER..I HOPE YOU ARE IN THE WARRANTY PERIOD.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: timex expedition indiglo wr 50m
I had the same problem, and could not find any answers on timex.com. After you place the battery in and it begins to beep, push all four buttons in at the same time. This should "reset" the watch -- at least it did for me.
Posted on Sep 28, 2008
SOURCE: setting tha alarm
Press MODE (lower left) button until "ALARM" appears in the display. Then press SET (lower right) button. T1 should flash to indicate you are setting an alarm for Time 1. Press MODE to cycle through the alarm settings. Press ALARM (upper right) button to advance the hours, tens and minutes to the desired time. When the far right of the display is alternately flashing "T1" and then "AL" you can change the chime and alarm tones by pressing the ALARM (upper right) button. The alarm is on if the middle symbol (lines) on the left of the display is shown. The hourly chime is on if the lower symbol (bell) on the left of the display is shown. When you are done, hit MODE (lower left) again to return to normal time display.
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
I ran into the same problem w/ my new Timex Expedition. I emailed their help desk and they said that the Expedition models do not have lap memory feature. You need an IronMan watch to get lap recall. Wish I knew that before getting this Expedition watch...
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
SOURCE: REMOVE BACK COVER
If caseback is without grooves, it is snap on caseback and you have to insert openers blade under the lip and pry up. Lip is the tiny gap between the case and caseback.
If you have groves in caseback, it is screwdown caseback and you will need special opening tool. Insert the blades in to the grooves and unscrew the caseback.
You can find this tool on eBay.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
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