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My liquid crystal display is not showing all the numbers correctly

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Thank you for contacting FixYa.
I would contact Casio direct on this issue as it is a complicated watch. My guess would be a battery issue, but try them at:
http://www.gshock.com/support/

Best regards. Jewel

Posted on Sep 13, 2010

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Screen is broken


If the glass or which is referred to the crystal is broken a repair from a professional is needed. The gasket that the crystal fits into may be damaged and if it is held in with a variety of adhesives this can be challenging as well. If the actual screen is damaged where the liquid quartz numbers have been compromised then it is a factory job and would have to go to the factory.

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Watch glossary: L, M


LAP TIMER
A chronograph function that lets the wearer time segments of a race. At the end of a lap, he stops the timer, which then returns to zero to begin timing the next lap.
LEAP-YEAR CYCLE
Leap or bissextile years have 366 days and occur every 4 years (with some exceptions, Calendar, Gregorian). Some watches display this datum.
LEPINE CALIBER
A caliber typical for pocket-watches, characterized by the seconds hand fitted in the axis of the winding-stem.
LINE
Ancient French measuring unit maintained in horology to indicate the diameter of a movement. A line equals 2.255mm. Lines are not divided into decimals; therefore, to indicate measures inferior to the unit, fractions are used.
LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY or LCD
A digital watch display that shows the time electronically by means of a liquid held in a thin layer between two transparent plates. All LCD watches have quartz movements.
LUBRICATION
To reduce friction caused by the running of wheels and other parts. There are points to be lubricated with specific low-density oils such as the pivots turning inside jewels, the sliding areas between levers, and the spring inside the barrel (requiring a special grease), as well as numerous other parts of a movement.
LUG
Double extension of the case middle by which a strap or bracelet is attached. Normally, straps and bracelets are attached with removable spring bars.
LUMINESCENT or LUMINOUS
Said of materials applied on markers and/or hands, emitting the luminous energy previously absorbed as electromagnetic light rays. Tritium is no longer used and was replaced by other substances having the same emitting powers, but with virtually zero radioactivity, such as Super-LumiNova and Lumibrite.
MAINSPRING
This and the barrel make up the driving element of a movement. It stores and transmits the power force needed for its functioning.
MANUAL
A mechanical movement in which winding is performed by hand. The motion transmitted from the user's fingers to the crown is forwarded to the movement through the winding stem, from this to the barrel through a series of gears and finally to the mainspring.
MARINE CHRONOMETER
A large-sized chronometer watch enclosed in a box (therefore also called box chronometer) mounted on gimbals and used, on board of ships, to determine the respective longitude.
MARKERS
Elements printed or applied on the dial, sometimes they are luminescent, used as reference points for the hands to indicate hours and fifteen- or five-minute intervals.
MEANTIME
The mean time of the meridian of the Greenwich Observatory, considered the universal meridian, is used as a standard of the civil time system, counted from midnight to midnight.
MEASUREMENT CONVERSION
A feature, usually consisting of a graduated scale on the watch's bezel, that lets the wearer translate one type of measurement into another - miles into kilometers, for instance, or pounds into kilograms.
MECHANICAL MOVEMENT
A movement powered by a mainspring, working in conjunction with a balance wheel. Most watches today have electronically controlled quartz movements and are powered by a battery. However, mechanical watches are currently enjoying a resurgence in popularity.
MICROMETER SCREW
Element positioned on the regulator, allowing to shift it by minimal and perfectly gauged ranges so as to obtain accurate regulations of the movement.
MICRO-ROTOR, see rotor.
MILITARY TIME or 24-HOUR TIME
When time is measured in 24-hour segments. To convert 12-hour time into 24-hour time, simply add 12 to any p.m. time. To convert 24-hour time into 12-hour time, subtract 12 from any time from 13 to 24.
MINERAL CRYSTAL or MINERAL GLASS
Watch crystal that has been tempered (heat treated) to increase its hardness and scratch resistance.
MINUTE REPEATER, see repeater.
MODULE
Self-contained mechanism, independent of the basic caliber, added to the movement to make an additional function available: chronograph, power reserve, GMT, perpetual or full calendar (s).
MOONPHASE
A function available in many watches, usually combined with calendar-related features. The moonphase disc advances one tooth every 24 hours. Normally, this wheel has 59 teeth and assures an almost perfect synchronization with the lunation period, i.e. 29.53 days (in fact, the disc shows the moonphases twice during a single revolution). However, the difference of 0.03 days, i.e. 44 minutes each month, implies the need for a manual adjustment every two and a half years to recover one day lost with respect to the real state of moonphase. In some rare case, the transmission ratio between the gears controlling the moonphase are calculated with extreme accuracy so as to require manual correction only once in 100 years.
MOTHER OF PEARL
Iridescent, milky interior shell of the fresh water mollusk that is sliced thin and used on watch dials. While most have a milky white luster, mother-of-pearl also comes in other colors such as silvery gray, gray blue, pink, and salmon.
MOVEMENT
The entire mechanism of a watch. Movements are divided into two great families: quartz and mechanical; the latter are available with manual or automatic winding devices.

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I have a women's watch CL5017 the first section of the watch is not complete of display. Can this be repaired?


Sounds like a faulty liquid crystal display, they can usually be replaced but not by yourself, and not cheaply sorry

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My G-Shock is changing colors uncontrolably


mcdevito75 here, Sounds like the LCD, liquid crystal display may be going bad on you or hopefully the battery is weak and needs to be changed, look for a small watch repair shop in your area and have your Casio watch checked out.

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How do I replace the watch battery for Casio DW-6900?


mcdevito75 here, Casio uses an LCD crystal, Liquid Display Crystal, during a battery change any, any un do pressure remopveing or replaceing the battery could destroy the LCD. Take my advise, with a casio watch, look for a small watch repair shop in your area for the battery change. I"ve ruined many of my casio watches during battery change.

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How do I get the colour to change on the watchface?


mcdevito75 here, You have a Fissil watch, Quatrtz, and the face has changed color, If the color is a dark gray or black, and you"ve banged the watch against something, The LCD Liquid Crystal Display is shot, no good anymore. To be sure see a local small watch repair shop in your area, they should tell you for sure and for free. Sorry!.

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SEIKO 7D48.... WATCHING SHOWING CORRECT TIME(WORKING PROPERLY).. BUT SECOND HAND NOT MOVING.


Second hand could be stuck against the crystal inside or it is slipping on the shaft. Both of these conditions can be fixed but the case back would have to be removed and the movement removed to fix this problem

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I am trying to reset my T Touch watch from Tissot and can not find book. need to reset time and also how to convert from metric to US standards, like ferinhit and from meters to feet.


SET TIME:
1. Activate Crystal
2. Tap center of screen until digital time comes up
3. Press and hold top button (+) until watch beeps, display will be flashing
4. Use + and – key to adjust time. If several hours off, hold appropriate key and
after first hour passes, only the hour hand will move.
5. Make sure the digital display shows A or P for AM or PM
6. When finished, touch center of screen again.

SET DATE:
1. Activate Crystal
2. Tap center of screen until date appears
3. Press and hold top + button until watch beeps and display flashes.
4. Use + and – buttons to change date to correct one.
5. Make sure to set time first, if you set date first, you run the risk of the date
changing at noon rather than midnight.

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Repair


We are located in the Holyoke Mall in Holyoke MA. Kenneth Cole crystals can be taken off. The crystal needs to be ordered.

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