Re: Won't reset to zero (60 sec.) after battery was...
You need to "Reset" the watch's computer, this is done by removing the case cap, (Same as battery replacement) Look for a imbosed "RESET" and using a paperclip, Push gently in the reset hole for five seconds, Remove the paperclip, You should then have all funtions restored to "Factory Settings"
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mcdevito75 here, Return your watch to whoever replaced the battery for adjustments. ------ If you replaced the battery yourself, you may have mis-aligned the buttons that press against the quartz movement to change the display, you"ll have to go inside the watch and make sure the buttons are touching where they are suppose to. It"s also ossible your new battery is weak from a long shelf life. Here also is Casio contact number, 800-706-2534 Optn. 2
Hi, I had the same problem and was able to fix it by reading the manual: Basic Settings for the chronograph hand - After changing the battery, or in exceptional circumstances, following incorrect operation, it is necessary to reset the Chrono indicator to zero (starting time). - Leave the winder in Position 1 (pushed all the way in) - Press button H (top) and button I (bottom) at the same time - Now set the 30 minute (small hand) counter to zero by pressing/holding button I (bottom button) - You can now set the 60 second counter to zero by pressing/holding button H (top button).
This worked for me... it took me a while to figure it out, but that
The nice thing about Timex is they have a 12 month warranty that covers just about everything. If you have had the watch longer.... Get the batteries checked. Battery life is typically about 2 years. If the battery is fine then you can try having the watch reset but in most cases the LCD board or circuit board is damaged the watch has to be replaced to have it function correctly.
This is an old problem, but maybe this will help someone changing a battery on a Casio. Many Casio watches must be "zeroed out" by putting an pointed tweezers between the back of the battery and the AC terminal off to the side of the battery. On my old Casio Telememo 50, the AC terminal is in a very small hole just above the battery. On the Baby G force, it was in a wider opening, way at the edge of the watch. It has something to do with resetting the watches circuitry so it will operate again. Good luck!