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I WANT TO SEE THE BACK SIDE VIEW OF THE MOVEMENT bo23M AFTER FIXING THE BATTERY

BACK CIDE PICTURE OF THE bo23m MOVEMENT AFTER FIXING THE CELL

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SOURCE: how I put back in the watch citizen eco drive, the mt 516 capacitor,the watch has a bo23m machine?

Miguel, what are you talking about? Try using google translator, and ask again...

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How I put back in the watch citizen eco drive, the mt 516 capacitor,the watch has a bo23m machine?


Miguel, what are you talking about? Try using google translator, and ask again...

Oct 24, 2014 | Citizen Watches

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Battery indicator issue


Although your watch is solar-power all Eco-Drive watches contain a rechargeable battery known as a capacitor. They last longer than a regular battery but are difficult to get replaced because nobody carries them. Firstly I assure you whoever opened the watch did damage it. The solar sell is under the dial so removing the back would not have exposed it to anything. Rechargeable batteries do not hold a charge forever and do need to be replaced every 5-10 years. In order to know which capacitor you need you need to find out what movement model is in the watch (this is different than the model number of the watch you must physically look at the movement) (unlike batteries capacitors all have the same number on the cell so you need to know the movement number to order the proper size). Once you have obtained the capacitor repairing your watch because no more difficult then changing a battery. I'd ask those people to take the back off again so you can find out what movement is in the watch. Typically it's a 4 digit number but sometimes it also has letters in front of it and I've also seen them with only 3 digits. If you could supply me with the movement number I can supply you with a the proper capacitor at a price of $45 with free shipping and tracking.

Dec 26, 2013 | Citizen Skyhawk A-T Watch for Men

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I have a timex exped. that looses time i changed the battery twice can you give me some suggestions on fixing this problem ?


Generally speaking if a Timex needs more than a new battery (cell) it is new watch time. Anything else is either too expensive (more than a new watch) or can't be fixed. Make sure you have the cell in correctley, if there is a reset, reset the movement. This is often a matter of shorting out a small pad to ground with metal tweezers.

Mar 10, 2011 | Timex Watches

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I have a AR-5801 that likely needs a new battery. I opened up the back but could not see anything familiar?? Not even the old battery. Can you help? TJ


To source the proper battery for this timepiece, you must know the caliber number of the movement and brand of the movement in the very least. Every company uses different movements in many different styles of their watches.

If you cannot find the battery that was previously in it, it is always best to visit your local Certified Master Horologist who can look up the movement caliber, provide the proper battery, and install it for you. Sometimes there is an issue with the movement, in which case they can likely service or replace it for you as well.

Insist on only Energizer button cell silver oxide batteries, as in our vast experience they are one of the only batteries that do not leak in the movement.

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Feb 25, 2011 | Giorgio Armani Emporio Armani AR5801 Wrist...

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Changed power cell and watch still not running


Movements become "dry" over time and must be serviced.

Another common problem we see is that there is oil or battery acid (from a previously leaking battery) inhibiting proper connection between the contacts and the battery.

The quartz and the circuit itself may also go bad on a movement at any time.

If it is under warranty, you may send it back directly to Lucien Piccard.

I recommend you visit your local Certified Master Horologist for what is usually a free diagnostic. They can test the battery, the connection, the movement, and usually repair, service, or replace the movement for you. They will also generally give a free estimate.

Feb 23, 2011 | Lucien Piccard 26321 Wrist Watch

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What battery do i need for my fossil watch its one with changing display thank you


its the norm for fossils to have 2 batterys one for the hand function and one for the back display. it depends on year or what movement is fitted.you will have a 3v battery for back display and under it there maybe a smaller cell 1.5 .it could be a 2016 or even2025 3voltand a 364 or 377 small cell but you wont know untill the backs off the watch and remember you need it resealing to make sure its water resistant after its been repaired this needs to be done by fossil or a good watch repair service like Intime watch services uk..you have to AC the movement as well to make sure all functions work it needs to be done by a trained tech..

Mar 26, 2010 | Fossil Bigtic Animation Display Silver...

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Removing the crown/stem of CASIO EF-321


Other case for a simple Casio quartz watch :

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Jan 15, 2009 | Casio Edifice EF106D2AV Wrist Watch

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Where is the second battery located on a timex indiglo ?


The second battery is located underneath the top part of watch movement wich consists of two parts screwed or clipped together. Actually it is the bottom, not the top part, as 99% of watches are opened from the caseback side.
Some watches are assembled in the way, that after extracting the big battery, you can reach the second battery through the hole in movement. If this is not a solution in your particular case, then you have to take apart watch movement to reach the second battery.
If movement parts are held together by screws- simply unscrew them. If movement is held together with 'clip-on' steel plate- you have to unclip the plate by pulling all clips outwards from movement.
Allways memorise the polarity of batteries and the correct position of every watch movement part, even screws. This will make reassembly easy and correct. If there are any screws you need to unscrew- do not mix them up as they can be different lengths and sizes. Screw them back in the same holes they came out.

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Jan 14, 2009 | Timex Expedition C45981 watch

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