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My aqualung duplex alternates flashing seconds then "ER"in the lower display window, I've reset it as the manual instructs, after pushing the stem back in it beeps twice then starts the same...


This watch needs to be sent back to the factory to get the movement replaced. I am doing this for the second time in 4 years. Citizen Europe states it's a defective design. The watch goes into dive mode with sweat, humidity and washing your hands. The water sensor tells the computer it's gone diving but the pressure sensor isn't telling it the same thing which causes a fault with the computer. I was told to cover the water sensor with WAX by the factory repair facility. WAX on a $400 dive watch. Great. They shold have used the pressure sensor to initiate dive mode. Customer Service said it wasn't defective, so it was designed to need this part everytime the battery has to bre replace.

May 27, 2011 | Citizen Aqualand Duplex JP104009E Wrist...

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Which way does the bezel turn on a tag watch


Tag Heuer watches are constructed with scuba-diving bezels-- that is to say, it only turns COUNTERCLOCKWISE. This is so that when you are diving, you set the triangle marker to the time you went down. If you accidentally bump your watch while diving, it will move only counterclockwise, leading you to think you have LESS time left to dive, which is so much safer than thinking you have MORE time to dive, than you really do.

May 03, 2011 | Tag Heuer 2000 CN1110.BA0337 Wristwatch

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My watch is in Dive Mode, I am not diving, it will not return to normal time settings. Any thoughts?


I could not find any instructions for your watch but as it is described as a "multifunction" type, there should be a method of changing the function you are using. This is usually changed by pressing the "mode" button. Unfortunately, you watch does not seem to indicate which button this is, so you will need to experment to find out which one it is. It is frequently the one that is at the 8 O'clock position, so try that one first.


I see on the face of the watch are a number of indication labels which tell you which mode you are in. At the moment it should be indicating "dive". To change this press the mode button and the indication should step through the options till you reach the one you want.

Mar 07, 2011 | Sector Dive Master 3253967015 Watch for...

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My battery is out on my Jaques Leman diving watch. I wanted to repair it myself. I was told if I took the back off I would break the seal. Im attempting to fix it myself


Thank you for contacting FixYa.
If you have a good quality scuba dive watch that needs to be repaired, such as needing a battery replacement, it can be tempting to do it yourself. After all, don't you just need a screwdriver, a battery and rubber gasket (possibly)?
Well, yes. But if you do it yourself, you run the risk of voiding the warranty.
So if you change it yourself and the watch later floods, you are out of luck. So check your warranty information carefully before you attempt to do anything yourself or have someone other than the manufacturer/authorized dealer do the work.
If the manufacturer changes the batteries or does any other dive watch repair, they will normally retest the watch and certify that it is still water resistant to whatever level applies.
This is not to say that a qualified watch repair shop can't do the job. It's your decision but at least it will be an informed one.
So the long and short of dive watch repair - if it's a good dive watch, you'll probably want the manufacturer/authorized dealer to handle it if you don't want to void the warranty. A cheap dive watch? Probably not worth the bother.

Aug 26, 2010 | Jacques Lemans 1378B Sports Chronograph...

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WHEN I GO DIVING HE DOESNT VANT TO SAVE DEPTH INTO


Perhaps you have not instructed it to start recording?

I cannot gain access to the instructions for you watch as the site require me to enter the watch number.

If you have not got the instructions, go to "casio.com", select "support" , then "manuals", then "watches"; agree terms and conditions; select "archive...".

Enter the number off the back of your watch and download instructions.

Jan 24, 2010 | Watches

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Why do the Omega Seamaster watches have a second crown close to the top of the watch? What is its function?


This is a helium release valve.
The purpose and function of the helium relief valve is a common point of confusion. It has nothing to do with normal underwater diving. Neither does it have anything to do with the depth rating for a diving watch. Helium does NOT seep into the watch while the watch is in water at any depth!

To put it simply, you can completely ignore a helium relief valve. This feature is not used in any way with any form of normal SCUBA diving or anything else that involves less than a multi-million dollar deep sea exploration project.

SCUBA diving activities normally occur at depths of no more than 120 feet. At 250 feet, air becomes toxic due to changes caused by the high pressures at such depths. For those who do very deep sea research, they often use diving bells, dry dive suits, and other types of very deep ocean exploration vessels. In some of these, a highly helium-saturated atmosphere is used to avoid the air toxicity effect.

The purpose of a helium release valve is for people who wear their watch inside the helium-saturated environment for an extended period. Because helium is the smallest atom, it will seep through the watch's seals under the high air (not water) pressures in this environment. If the watch stays in this environment for an extended time, helium will continue to seep in to the watch until the air pressure inside the watch (initially surface air pressure) equalizes to the air pressure in the environment.

This becomes a problem when the vessel is brought back up and depressurized. The helium which seeped into the watch over a couple of days, cannot seep out any faster. The excess pressure inside the watch needs a way to release faster than it seeped in. It is only in this situation that a watch needs a helium relief valve at all. If a relief valve was not on the watch, the excess pressure would likely escape by pushing the crystal out.

But, unless you are in this exact situation, you should never keep this valve open. While the watch is designed to maintain most of its waterproof abilities even when the valve open, it still serves no purpose and increases risk of damage to the watch to do so.

Sep 23, 2009 | Omega Seamaster 2541.80 Wrist Watch

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Can i dive with this watch?


You definetely CAN NOT dive with this watch. It is good for swimming and snorkeling only. Real divers watches withstand at least 200 meters of depths and are specialy designed for it.
One of the best affordable divers watch manufacturers novadays is Seiko. Check Seiko website and learn about divers watches and all the features they have. List of waterproof markings and explanations are also available.
Do not forget to rate, please.

Feb 12, 2009 | Casio W752V3AV men's watch

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How deep can I dive with this watch


Per "Sector" all of their watches are "water resistant to a minimum of 300 feet". Note that they do not say "water proof".

Aug 20, 2007 | Sector 450 2653450035 Wrist Watch

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