Question about Watches
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is because you lost the coil spring when battery change took place. Coil spring works as a conductor to the membrane inside caseback and transmits the signal. If you can not find it, you will need to find your nearest watchmaker and ask for new coilspring.
I am pretty sure that you think you did not lost anything, but I can assure you that you did. Coilspring is very tiny and hard to see when dropped and you can not hear it as well.
In case if you find that spring, you have to open the watch and put it back in. There is a small hole in the watch movement and it is designed for coilspring.
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Posted on Mar 23, 2009
not being inside your watch to see if water leaks in...it's hard to tell. However, if you carefully replaced the battery and didn't damage the case or the gasket o ring, things should be fine. Test it under the kitchen faucet first.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
I assume you do not have any instructions.
To get some go to "www.columbia.com/Equipment-+-Accessories/Licensee_Landing,default,pg.html"
Under "Timing" you will see a link "PDF.............", click on this and a list of diagrams will appear. Choose the one that looks like yours
and follow the adjacent instructions.
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
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Remove the back cover.
On some watches, the cover will pry off using a very small flat-bladed screwdriver or will have screws holding the cover on. On other brands the entire cover will unscrew. Examine the edge of the back cover. If there is one small depression along the edge of the cover then the cover will pry off. If there are screws present, the cover will lift off after the screws are removed. If the cover has a raised edge with flat edges opposite one another then the cover will unscrew.
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
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