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I used a screwdriver bit which was magnetized. I wanted to change the battery. The new battery doesn;t work now. HOW CAN I DE-GAUSS THE WATCH?


hi u can buy a demagnetizer on E/BAY FOR aprox $15-00.type into search WATCH DEMAGNITIZER...........CHEERS

Sep 12, 2015 | Watches

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Worcester MT10 Timer doesn't start. The clock seems to work fine but when it is time to start the heating system doesn't. Please someone csn help me? Thanks


Go to http://www.worcester-bosch.co.uk/homeowner/boilers/boiler-controls/which-controls-go-with-my-boiler/mt10-mechanical-timer. They have a video and instructions plus a downloadable manual to walk you through the process. If it still doesn't work maybe you should return it a get a new one.

Nov 07, 2012 | Watches

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Only second hand operates. Rest of the watch won't move.


The seconds hand is purely a 60 second timer mate! It's the small crono dial at the top which is actually the real seconds hand! To get it going you need to unscrew your top adjusting wheel and push it once.....and it will start and the watch will hold time fine!
To stop the large seconds timer hand undo the bottom adjusting wheel and push it! Boom job done!
It caught me out aswell until a watch maker told me Rolex works the same and what you think is your seconds hand is just a timer the other hands won't follow hope this helps chaps

Aug 23, 2012 | Nixon 51-30 Chronograph Wristwatch

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The minute and hour hands are "out of sync"... the


The problem that you describe--misalignment of the hour and minute hands--would be fixed in the way you'd describe--the watch movement would be removed from the case, and the hands would be removed from their pinions and placed down more accurately. This is a relatively minor repair if you have the right tools, but it's not something I recommend for the average DIY person.

The first challenge is removing the watch movement from the case. Some movements drop out easily, but others are kept in place by the crown and setting stem. These must be removed in a way that they can be re-inserted. Simply pulling them out by brute force usually damages the internal set lever; different movements have different mechanisms for releasing the stem.

The second challenge is removing the hands. Attempting to "slide" the hands on their pinions runs a high risk of damaging the pinions by making one or both of them oval instead of round. Very little force is applied to the pinions, so even a slight distortion can mean that your watch will start to hang up at odd times when friction is stronger than the force being put out by the watch movement. Even worse, it's possible to break one of these little parts--they're very strong, but they're also very brittle. A tool called, naturally enough, a "hand remover" is used to pull the hands straight up off their gears; they're then pushed back into their correct place.

For a qualified watchmaker or watch repair technician, this is a simple and inexpensive repair that should take them only a few minutes once they get around to actually paying attention to your watch. Given the high risk of damage to your watch if you haven't done this before and if you don't have a hand removal tool, I would suggest that you outsource this repair instead of attempting it yourself. I have ruined more than a few watches in the course of practicing this repair; it doesn't take much force to damage these delicate parts!

May 26, 2011 | Lucien Piccard 26024 Wrist Watch

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I just need online instructions to use the lap timer on my Women's Timex Ironman Triathlon watch. I'm not sure of the model, but I think it's a 50-lap, and it's small. The 4 buttons on the side...


Hi,

Here is the link that can help you set up your watch. Also here is the All list of timex watch downloadable instruction.

I hope this can help you resolve your issue.

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Mar 06, 2011 | Ironman Timex T5B721 Sports 50 Lap...

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Can a cloth "sport type" watch band be used on a


mcdevito75 here, As lomg as the watch band, no matter it"s material fits the watch lugs and your wrist, any band can be used. Your answer is yes.

Feb 09, 2011 | Casio Pathfinder AltimeterBarometer...

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How to get the second hand to move


If you are referring to the large orange colored hand, it is NOT the second hand. It is the hand of the depth indicator when the watch is used for diving. Or it is the timer hand when the watch is used as a stop-watch. The second hand is actually on the bottom sub-dial.

Jun 15, 2010 | Citizen Eco-Drive Aqualand BJ2004-08E...

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I have a timex w-209 have lost the the timer function


Maybe the battery is weak? Does it have a light? If the battery is failing then the light will be weak or wont work at all. You can check

www.timex.com for your watch, they might have a downloadable manual.

Good Luck!

Jan 09, 2010 | Timex Watches

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Can't set Seiko Yacht Timer Sports 150


Turn knob to set on "Match" Pull out crown knob. Press both buttons for 3 seconds. When you release both buttons it will beep and both hands start moving. Press either button to stop movement. Then press the top button to set the minute hand to 12 oclock. Press the bottom button to set hours to 12. Press in crown and turn to "Time" Pull out crown and set time the same way.

Mar 01, 2009 | Seiko Le Grand Sport SDWF73 Wrist Watch

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