I changed out the battery on my expedition and all is well, except the alarm will not sound any more. I have set the beep to be 'on', and the watch does go into alarm at the set time because I see the indiglo light up and the face flashes. However, no beep sound. Any solutions?
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Re: Timex Expedition alarm beep
Good after noon ! maybe the problem of your watch is wrong possition of case back because the speaker or buzzer of your watch is attached on the case back , so open the watch and fix the case back at the correct possition ,!thank you ! god bless !.....
I had the same problem with mine. I took off the back plate and turned it 180 degrees so the "E" on the back plate is now right-side up when the watch is turned over. The alarm sounded on all 3 alarms. I tested the solution by putting it back on upside-down and the watch's alarm once again did not sound. Then I repeated the fix with the "E" right-side up and the alarm sounded again.
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buy a Casio wrist watch at KMart for around $17.00. They last five years, then the
band breaks and you buy a new watch. I timed the traffic signal system of our city for 20 years from a Casio wrist watch. Now in retirement, I have a Time Expedition which has several alarms which I do not need, and can't turn off. We change the time twice annually, so having alarms and chimes go off without warning ca bve a nuisance.I found some instructions on a website which shows how to turn the alarms off.
Try taking the back off and orientating it the other way (i.e. turn top for bottom). You don't have to screw it down to see if this will work. As soon as the back clicks in you will be able to hear beeps as you press the buttons
could be following reason
1, you did not put case back correctly,
2, small spring which connect watch movement from caseback for chime lost during battery change ,
3, may be required reset of AC & Battery plus ,, by twizer
hope this help
I think you put case back wrong way ,, or a small spring which connect caseback with watch movement feil during battery change that also ma be a issue.
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You will find an arrow head on the outside back of your watch where all the printing is. When you put this lid back on, this arrow needs to be aligned with a notch on the inside edge where the cover goes on. As you are looking at the watch from the back with the cover off this notch is in a northwesterly direction. If you doubt it then just hold the back on without popping it in all the way and hit your mode button to make sure that you hear the beeps again. If you do, then you've found the right spot.