I need a new SHENG BANG HD-1688 AA VOLT BATTERY MOVEMENT
SMALL POTTERY BARN TABLE CLOCK. MOVEMENT HELD ON BY DOUBLE VELCRO. PLASTIC STEM FOR MOUNTING HOUR, MINUTE, AND SECOND HANDS. HOUR MOUNTING SHAFT 5MM LONG FROM MECHANISM SIDE AND 5MM DIAMETER, MINUTE SHAFT APPROX. 7-8 MM AND DIAMETER APPROX. 3MM SECOND HAND PROTRUSION PUSHES INTO THE HOLLOW MINUTE HAND SHAFT AND OVER A METAL PIN. MINUTE HAND SHAFT IS APPROX. 35 MM LONG FROM CENTER OF MOUNTING RING TO END OF HAND
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im also looking for the same movement for a pottery barn clock and wondering if you ever found one. if so, where? contacted the manufacturer but never received a response. looked at amazon, madeinchina and tradetang as previously suggested. any luck?
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Bradford is a high end retailer. You can contact them because if the item is not over a year old then it is warrantied. The other thing is you can email them to see about the clock works inside the unit. See this page and look for "contact us" at the bottom.
You might need a jump start the watch, or cleaning. I usually try using a air dust blower ball to get all the particles that is invisible to the eye, you can do this on the movement and around the battery area. Aftwards try inserting the battery again then pull out the stem and move it clockwise at least 10 times passing the 12'o clock marker. If the watch is not brough back to life you can try one last thing before buying a new movement or taking it to the watch repair shop. If you take it to watch repair shop they might charge you a few bucks to jump start the movement. I hope this helps. Marcelo
Hi! the movement must be bad, you can actually have a battery clock movement replaced easily at a watch or clock shop! We charge about $30.00 to 50.00 if the movement is available, you did not mention what type of clock? if you can let me know i may be able to help further. thank you!
The repair for this problem may be quick and inexpensive--or somewhat more expensive. Either way, it's considered a minor repair.
The crown and stem assembly in held in a Rolex movement by a small pressure screw. When this screw is loosened, the stem can be cleanly pulled out of the movement without damaging any parts. The movement can then be removed from its case. If the screw is too loose, it is sometimes possible to pull the crown and stem out with ordinary effort. The simple fix for this would be to have a watchmaker take the back off your Rolex (requires a special wrench) and slide the stem back into the watch while loosening and re-tightening the screw. If that's it, the repair takes about 5 minutes, most of which is spent removing and replacing the watch back.
Things can get more complicated. The set stem interacts with a thin sheet metal spring / detent that helps the stem "snap" to its various set and wind positions. Sometimes, when a stem gets pulled out, the force of that can snap the delicate little finger in this watch part. Replacing this watch part will require that the movement be removed from the case and the hands and dial be removed for access to the part. Once you get to it, the part itself can easily be replaced--it's designed to be replaced without disassembling the whole watch movement--but there's considerably more effort involved than just sliding the stem back in and tightening down the screw.
mcdevito75 here, Brand new watch. If it has a stem, (winder) look for a small piece of plastic between the stem and case, remove this piece of plastic and push down the stem to start your watch. If your watch is all buttons, look for a small plastic tab on the back cover, remove this plastic tab and your watch will start.
Depending on when you bought your Timex, you shouldn"t need a battery just yet, your Timex came with a good battery. Look under the stem (winder) for a small piece of plastic that is not allowing the stem to go all the way down, remove that piece of plastic and push the stem down and your Timex will start. Or if your Timex has buttons, look for a tab of plastic on the back cover, this tab of plastic is keeping the battery from (ground) a complete circuit remove this tab of plastic to start your Timex. Changeing the battery while fairly easy, you"d need jewelers screwdrivers and of course the new battery, Best Bet, look for a small watch repair shop in your area for the battery change.
mcdevito75 here, A brand new Timex quartz watch will come with a small piece of plastic just under the crown to keep the battery form working the watch, simply remove this small piece of plastic from under the stem (winder) push the stem in and your Timex will work. If your timex is push button you may have to hold down the Mode 2--3 seconds to see display.
mcdevito75 here, You can try, double check the battery instalation in the watch, If all is good, try to pull out the stem and move the hands as if setting the time, then push stem back in. It"s also possible you have a weak or even dead battery, even though it was bought new.
I've had the exact same problem on my Wenger Standard Issue. I tried installing a new battery, with the result being a watch that didn't move. Then it sat for 13 years. I decided to give it one last try. I installed a new battery and, again, no movement. This may sound stupid, but I pulled the stem out, installed the battery and pushed in the stem. Works fine now.
first u have to get the right hands go to the web page of the make of watch or clock give them the serial no on back of watch thay will send the right ones. take the back of to remove stem there is a seting lever look on movement there should be a small arrow with a small hole at the end put a pin in softly and pull stem it will come out easy so dont force it once u done that take movement out still atatched to the face flip upwords so u can c the face put thin c through plastic over it so when u try to take hands of u dont damage the face use twesers and blue tac to put new hands on good luck