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How to remove back to change battery in "My Wish" Collezioni watch. No notch for knife and won't screw off.


You should be able to pry it off, just follow this simple steps:
Locate a very small tab (or recessed area) on the edge of the back cover. Pull out the stem, which releases the back on some watches.Get a small flathead screwdriver it needs to be a thin inflexible tip. Very carefully slide the blade under the tiny metal protrusion on the back cover (or across the length of the recessed area, depending on which type of cover your watch has). When you replace the cover, make sure you line up the stem slot on the cover with the stem of the watch. These steps are listed on wikihow:
http://www.wikihow.com/Pry-off-a-Watch-Backing-Without-Proper-Tools . You also could skip step 2 if it's a cheap quartz watch.

Feb 19, 2013 | Watches

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My Sportline won't zero the steps


find your watch off this link below click on it and download the manual
http://www.sportline.com/products/heart-rate-monitors.html

Sep 20, 2012 | Watches

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My buttons and functions are all screwed up and are malfunctioning..how could I fix it


According to my experience, as long as you enter one button each time, it won't be malfunctioning...Thus, please learn the functions of each button firstly step by step, and then you can make it get right... Of course, i don't know which brand is your watch? hope my experience will work for all watches and can help you... good luck!

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Watch Manual for Sergio Valente model# F-IAGAG


These are operating instructions for an SV F-IAGAG (Sergio Valente) watch.

There are four buttons on the watch.

A: upper left
B: lower left
C: upper right
D: lower right

Pressing A turns on the watch face backlight.

Pressing B changes the mode.

From the normal time display mode, one press of B enters the stopwatch mode. In this mode, pressing C will start the stopwatch time count. Pressing C again will stop the count. Each additional press of C will start/stop the count. While the count is proceeding, pressing D will freeze the display of stopwatch time, yet the count will continue. Pressing D again will cause the display to begin updating with the running count. Each press of D will freeze/unfreeze the display update. When the count is stopped (with a press of C), pressing D will reset the count to zero. From this mode, press B again to return to time display mode.

From the normal time display mode, two presses of B enters the alarm time set mode. In this mode, either the hour or minute portion of the time display will be flashing. That which is flashing can be changed by pressing C. Pressing D will switch to the other portion (hours or minutes). Any time the alarm mode is entered and a change is made, the alarm is set to "on". This is indicated by a check mark in the circle display next to the "9" on the watch face. The alarm can be toggled "on" and "off" from the normal time display mode by holding down button D and pressing button C. Return to the normal time display mode by pressing button B while in the alarm time set mode.

From the normal time display mode, three presses of B enters the time set mode. Upon first entering this mode, the seconds display in the circle near the watch face "3" will be flashing. Pressing button C will reset the seconds to zero. Each press of the D button will advance to a different value field for adjustment. The field of adjustment will be flashing. The sequence of fields is (seconds - minutes - hours - date day - date month - date day). Pressing C will change the value. When adjusting the hours, both 24hr format, and 12hr AM/PM format is available. Each press of button C will advance the hour value. The sequence of 24hr format will be indicated with an "H" in the "seconds" circle (near the watch face "3"). After hour value 24 of the 24hr format, the next hour is a "12" value, with an "A" in the seconds circle. Twelve presses of button C will step through the AM hour values and present an "12" value with a "P" in the seconds circle. Twelve more presses advances through the PM hour values and returns to the 24hr format. Pressing button B will return to time display mode.

Pressing button C while holding down button D will toggle the alarm "on/off" state. The "on" state is indicated with a check mark in the display circle next to the "9" on the watch face.

Jan 08, 2012 | Watches

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How do i synchronize my chimes on a westminster quartz abacus 401c wall clock


If it is like mine you press the test button until you hear the chime. Wait for the hour chime to go and count it. If it chimes once for 1PM and you need it set to 6PM then you press the test button to reset the chime and repeat press the button 5 times. This will set the chime to 6 PM. If you get lost on the time press until it makes no noise. This means you are 11PM or later and continue to then press until it makes noise again. Count the hour chimes and you are at the count in the AM. Repeat the steps and keep pressing to get to the proper AM or PM hour count..

Jan 16, 2011 | Watches

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Have open the diesel model DZ9004 and replace both battries, and unable to reboot the digital seconds count on dial. any idea how to get it started?


I had same problem at watch makers and the put the old battery back for the digital secnods count and it started working. I guess the moral of the story is don't replace the digital seconds battery.

Nov 08, 2010 | Diesel DZ9004 Watch for Men

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I'm trying to find out what is the current value for a Gucci 3800L ladies watch


mcdevito75 here, Without seeing the watch itself, very hard to tell, the age and condition and of course how well it"s working all count towards it"s value, although GUCCI is a powerfull name in watches all the mentioned factors count toward any watches value. I would figure your Ladies GUCCI watch is valued any where between the $250.00 $350.00 range. Check with a local Jeweler in your area also, for your watches value.

Jun 22, 2010 | Watches

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I bought a ARMANI CHRONO WATCH - AR0294


Big hand is for chronometer function, not for counting seconds. The small seconds hand is for continuous seconds counting and should tick all the time.

Mar 24, 2010 | Giorgio Armani Emporio Armani AR0527 Watch...

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HOW TO SET NEW PIRELLI YACHT TIMER WATCH? MANUAL NOT SENT WITH WATCH. IS THERE A FREE MANUL POSTED ON INTERNET? MODEL 41008, S# 7951903215 Many thanks for the help.


This information comes from the movement manufacture and helps figure out what does what. I also have a yacht timer with no instructions.....hope this helps

A combination of design and technology, ISA 8270 is a precise racing timer developed especially for yachting races, displaying count-down during regatta departures with audible signals, followed by cumulated time during races. The dimensions (25.60mm, H 4.60mm) offer a large variety of opportunities for watch designs. It is suitable for the manufacture of models for gents and ladies watches.

This new calibre is an analogue quartz timer fitted with an alarm function. It displays the hours, minutes, seconds (small jumping seconds at 2 o’clock counter), and date shown by a date window at 6 o’clock. In addition, it allows count-down and race timing. The small hand at 10 o’clock counter and the central hand facilitate the display of count-down and time measurement clearly visible.

Count-down, Racing Timer and Alarm features

ISA 8270 yachting movement not only provides the traditional count-down at 10, 6 and 5 minutes, but also the versatility of setting count-downs at any minute from 10 to 1 minute.

One special feature is that it allows the possibility of recalibrating the count-down at every minute up to the last minute before departure. This latter function allows the navigators to readjust the watch at any time during the count-down to the closest full minute in order to be in line with the official procedure announced by the racing committee (RC) boat so as to get off the best possible start. Audible signals are emitted every minute to alert the progress of count-down. To give higher accuracy, every-second audible signals are emitted during the last 10 seconds count-down to ensure knife-sharp precision. Immediately after the departure, the count-down automatically shifts to the racing timer mode to measure the time of the race event for a maximum of 96 hours. Setting, start/stop and recalibration of count-down and race timing are facilitated by the pushers (at 2 o’clock and 4 o’clock), which are easier to operate.

Thanks to an oversized counter hand and a highly visible flange on the dial that our customers may design, the navigators can best monitor the time remaining before departure and during the entire procedure.

The alarm time is displayed in an analogue mode. Alarm start/stop is enabled by a pusher at 8 o’clock and is displayed by a central alarm hand (12 hours).

Superb performance

Born of precision, accuracy and innovation, ISA 8270 offers excellent quality and performance. Intended for yachting races, this movement gives answer to sports watches requiring indispensable qualities: strength, endurance, agility and outstanding speed.
When the trend of sportive and fashionable quartz watches prevails, this new Swiss Made ISA 8270 priced competitively with outstanding performance answers the expectations of an increasing market demand and customers, who wish to add a number of value-added exceptional designs to their next collections with strong sporting character.

Specifications
Calibre: ISA 8270 Yachting Movement
Size 11 1/2’’’
Swiss Made quartz movement, 9 jewels
6 hands, 2 counters, 3 pushers
Hour, minute, small second at 2H counter
Date window at 6H
Count-down (max. 10 minutes)
Racing timer (max. 96 hours)
Alarm (12 hours)

Technical information
Diameter: 25.60mm
Movement height: 4.60mm
Height of stem and pushers: 2.25mm

Jan 15, 2010 | Watches

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My sportline watch resets itself during exercise , and reset everything back to zero even the date goes back to 1-1 always. Everything stops counting, steps, calories, mph, miles walked, everything


I don't know this watch personally but it sounds like it may be a short circuit or maybe one or two of the buttons may be being activated during a particular movement. I'd recommend you take it to a watchmaker for diagnosis.

Jul 30, 2009 | Watches

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