I have a Bench Watch BC0013BR which I bought a year back. I have not used it for long. Yesterday, I saw that there is no display. However, the light is glowing when I use the light button. Does anyone have any idea about this problem?
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Re: Bench Watch BC0013BR display problem
There may be two batteries in your watch - one for backlight and another for movement. Check this out at your nearest watch repair shop and replace if needed. Alternatively you can do it yourself if you have knowledge and skills.
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The battery is the first thing. You have no way of knowing how long the battery was in that watch before you bought it. Batteries are installed at the manufacturer and the battery might have been old before it was installed, then the watch might have sat in a warehouse for years before you bought it.
hey, know it's a while since you posted and you may not need it anymore, only saw this yesterday looking for an answer myself and couldn't find one any where, however just figured it out.
you need some thing with quite a small point like a fairly sharp pencil to depress the buttons fully. just pressing the M button will display the date, to adjust the date and time press the A button, first press allows you to change the month, second press the date, third press the hour and fourth press the minute. when you are on the one you want to change use the M button to scroll through the numbers. hope this is helpful.
I have a Theorema Parago Automatic through not wearing it regularly it sometimes stops. Winding it wouldn't solve the problem and I couldn't find a solution either on the Theorema site or online so through a series of self help efforts the following is the solution for this watch 1 Set the watch to the correct time date day etc. 2 Wind the watch using the side winder for about 40 revolutions in clockwise rotation 3 Hold the watch in your right and strike it firmly into the stiff palm of your left hand. This gives the winding mechanism a shark shock and kicks it back into life.The watch then works away without a problem.
hi i had the same problem but i have just found the answer. hold the light button until it flash's 12 or 24, then press mode which will change you on to the time, date, ect then fiddle around with the start and reset button to toggle with the time and date. when your done with the time press light again.
Time and Location If you hold in the light, start and the reset button for a few seconds a screen will appear with the 12h or 24 h clock setting and also the date and country. Once you have that screen if you press the mode button it will move over the date and clock etc then you just press the reset button and start button to choose the date and time. Once you have changed the date and time to the correct date press the light button, start button and reset button and it will save the settings.
Alarm Hold in the light, start and the reset button for a few seconds a screen will appear press the mode button it will move over the date and clock etc then you just press the reset button and start button to choose the date and time. Use the light button to set the screen.