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Time cannot be set on my pulsar w861-x002. I see a post for the same problem but no answer?

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I replaced my battery too...same watch same ugly condition where you can't set time nor does the light work.

I do know what the problem is: there was an ultra small copperish spring...about 1/6 the size of the other little wire spring that you have to short with twizers to reset time. Anyway, I lost this part...and even if I found it, I wouldn't know where it goes. I came on-line to find where the missing part goes...but everyone has the same issue as me. any jeweler would loose this parts just like me...it's the master contact the enables power to all the side pushbuttons...w/o it you're dead in the water. best wishes, mark

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  • mmlars38 Jun 24, 2011

    Ok, just fixed my W861-X002 watch...found the small hole in the plastic where it needs a little spring to make contact with the metal backing plate that activates (powers +) the buttons. Without this little spring contact you can never change your time. any jewler will misplace this part..they can't see it. If anyone doesn't want to spend any more money to fix their watch...you can send me your X861 watch (w/ new-working battery)...I'll fix it (replace missing part) clean len/s and ship it back to you for free...integrity assured. Ship to: "Free X861 Watch Repair" 2224 Merrimac Lane. Lancaster , Texas 75146

  • EliD
    EliD Aug 31, 2014

    Are you still doing Pulsar watch battery replacement?

  • mmlars38 Aug 31, 2014

    EliD, sure will , just send me your watch.

  • EliD
    EliD Sep 01, 2014

    How can I reach you about payment for the new battery, etc?

  • mmlars38 Sep 01, 2014

    I think i have a new battery for it....or will get one, it's a free service only stipulaon is if i can't fix it...i'll send i back regardless.

  • mmlars38 Sep 01, 2014

    no guarantees...i'll do my absolute best for you...all free.

  • EliD
    EliD Sep 02, 2014

    I believe it uses the CR2025 battery. If so, I have a new Duracell and will send. To what address and who's attention shall I mail...

  • mmlars38 Sep 02, 2014

    yes, 2025 does sound familiar... the address it's up in the thread. Larson Watch repair, 2224 Merrimac Lane, Lancaster, TX 75146

  • EliD
    EliD Sep 03, 2014

    Thank you.

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