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Casio 1605 I need a photo or diagram of the spring(s) placement

Casio 1605 :ladys model Illuminator'' 2005 manufacture
I need a photo or diagram under the case cover of the spring location holes
2 springs are used 1 is brass colored seems to fit--locate in a hole next to the battery clip the other other is a steel
spring I need a diagram or picture of this watch with there proper location holes......these are coil springs about .05-1mm dia x 2-3mm length. Thanks

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There is a tiny spring that must make contact with the back cover plate when you screw it back on. If the spring is missing, the piezoelectric buzzer will not work. The tiny spring is located toward the upper right in this photo of a Casio W-94H watch, directly underneath the "C" in CASIO that is etched in the metal. Note that the word CASIO is upside down in the picture, so if you can't see the picture for some reason, the hole for the tiny spring would be directly above the "C" in CASIO.

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The watch will have an "AC" or all clear function that needs to be performed. Check the back lid for AC or reset instructions. If there are no instructions there then you will have to visit a watch repairman/technician to have this procedure performed as it involves touching the AC pad on the circuit board to the back of the battery already installed. The circuit board is easily damaged if not performed properly.

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Posted on May 07, 2010

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