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Battery replacement for G Shock AWG-M100


Sounds like someone has replaced the rechargeable cell with a regular silver oxide of the same dimensions. Normally this doesn't work as the rechargeable cells have a part of the connector welded to them and normal cells don't. If you can source the rechargeable cell they are relatively easy to fit you just have to make sure the connector on the cell goes into the righ tplace on the watch.

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Battery charging


Hi Patrick,
A rechargeable battery will eventually fail to accept a charge - just like your car battery.
The number of recharges a battery will be able to accept is dependent on a number of things, such as: temperature, if it is run to almost nothing before recharging (or if it is recharged after only being discharged slightly), how much of a load is on the battery and how fast (high amperage) or slow (low amperage) the battery is recharged.
Generally, cooler temperatures are better for batteries, as is using the battery almost completely before recharging rather than topping off after minimal usage, small loads are better (you don't have a choice in your GPS watch tho) and a slow or "trickle" charge is better than a fast, high current charge (you may not have a choice on this either). A few hundred discharge / recharge cycles is not uncommon - significantly less if the battery isn't cycled properly or used in harsh conditions.
I hope this helps!

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How do i recharge a watch pansonic battery mt 516


My watch was in the drawer for over a year and stopped working. I flashed my iphone torch directly on it for literally about 3 minutes and BRAVO it's working again.

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MTG 900 SAYING "CHARGE" AND I'VE BEEN PUTTING


I am assuming you are reading the battery charge correctly. If so you need a new rechargable battery. Special battery so it is a little expensive. Make sure the person knows it is a "rechargable battery" you want. A regular battery will not work properly or recharge.

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Eco-drive watch stop working, after it was in jewelry box for over a year.


First, be sure that the stem is fully pressed in. Pulling out the stem to set the watch stops the action.
The Eco-Drive is still a battery watch. It just has a solar/light powered recharge system built in. The battery will run down after a year of no light. Place the Eco-Drive in bright sunlight for a couple of days in order to recharge the built-in battery. You may recharge the watch in fluorescent light as well, it just takes longer.

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I have a Casio 2688 atomic watch and lately it does not hold a charge for a long period of time. It will recharge and then quit within a day.It will hold a medium charge for about 24 hours at most, but...


You likely have a dead battery. Follow the instructions on this web site http://forums.watchuseek.com/f43/how-change-ctl1616-rechargeable-battery-41076.html
it is clear and covers most casio models. Watch closely for the springs when taking your watch apart. You can order the battery online (the best option) but most people that use a standard lithium battery seem to have no problem.

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Stem is broken watch cannot be wound


Hi,

An Eco-Drive does not need to be wound. It has a rechargeable battery in it that is recharged by light hitting the dial of the watch.

All Eco-Drives have to be allowed to get light on them to recharge the battery. If they are put in a drawer or covered all the time by shirt sleeves then the battery will drain and they will not work.

If the battery is completely drained then the battery will not be any good and will need replacing by a qualified watchmaker.

Try setting your watch under a light or in a sunny spot with the light shining on the dial. If in the sun light it should take a few hours to charge the battery. If under a light it can take more than 18 hours to fully charge the battery.

But if the charging does not hold then the battery is no longer good and requires replacement by a qualified watchmaker.

Hope this helps,

Ken
www.yellowstonewatch.com

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What type of battery goes into Casio G shock MTG900, Module 2638


CTL is the designation for a rechargeable secondary battery. The CR is a primary disposable battery and is a 3 volt cell. The CTL1616 while the same size as the CR1616 function completely differently and are not interchangeable. The CTL1616 is 2.3 volts and is recharged by solar or light or kinetic movement. The CR1616 is 3 volts is not rechargeable and will not function properly in a time piece designed for a 2.3 volt circuit. There is only one manufacturer of the CTL1616, Panasonic and they sell through Casio parts distribution.

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I have a bulova 96b34 that has a rechargeable battery but needs a new one.the battery has a little welded contact on the back and i have no idea where to find one.


Batterie model is Panasonic MT920. You can order a Citizen part no: 295-5600 who is a rechargable batterie for watch mouvement Miyota model BR10. That mouvement is use in Bulova motion quartz, Invicta automatic and Citizen eco drive.

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