Question about Timex Watches
You need to open your watch and let the condinsation out. Does your watch have screws in the back? Alot of times when you have the battery changed (in plastic watches) it is hard to tighten down the back properly because many people strip the tap because the screw is metal and the casing is plastic. Either way open the watch, let it dry out for at least 45-1 hour ,and if you can find some silicon ( a heavy grease) put that around the inside back seal, and close as good as you can. If this is not a plastic watch please let me know so I can assist you further.
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
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