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I think the watch need some oil, in every moving parts you can see! (axis, and so on, on both sides) Use light (white) oil!

/Per-Olof Bauge Eriksson

Watches | Answered on Nov 19, 2018


Google (timex)(TW 5K90300)(manual) without parens.

Timex Watches | Answered on Nov 19, 2018


http://www.timex.com/gp/node/n/255235011/178-1795200-7359408?ie=UTF8&timexBrand=core

This link will take you to the official Timex page where you can download the instruction manuals for any of their watches. All you need to know is the model number.

Timex Ironman... | Answered on Nov 18, 2018


Take your watch to a jeweler for battery identification and perhaps replacement.

Watches | Answered on Nov 18, 2018


I am pretty certain that this watch uses two #386 silver oxide button cells. Alkaline cells would work, too, but they'd burn out more quickly--not that batteries last all that long in this watch, anyway. I'm basing this on the slightly newer (~1976-78) plastic-bodied TI LED watch that I have in front of me that I believe contains the same time keeping module as the original model 101.

It is also possible that the earlier watch would have taken #357 batteries, which are the same diameter as #386 cells but slightly taller. Both battery types were popular in LED watches of the time. However, I would suggest starting with #386 cells, as I destroyed the case back of a plastic TI LED watch many years ago by trying to use #357 batteries instead of the slightly smaller 386s. Both batteries put out the same voltage, so the watch will light up with either. However, the case back won't close if the battery is too tall--and if you force it, you can bend, distort, or shatter (in my case) the all-but-unobtainable case back.

Have fun with this watch! Mine still lights up and keeps good time.

Watches | Answered on Nov 18, 2018


Same just happened to me, performthe following:

The analogue hands are not precisely synchronised with
the digital time?

1. Press the lower right button to move the mode indicator
hand to CHR.
2. Pull the lower right button out one click. The hour, minute
and UTC hands will retract towards the straight up 12 O’clock
position. You will see UTC on the top half of the digital display.
3. Press the upper right button to advance the hands to the
straight up 24-hour position. Use the lower left button to go in
reverse.
4. Press the upper left button. You will see HR on the top half
of the digital display. Press the upper right button to advance
the hour and 24-hour hand clockwise until they both point
straight up at the 24-hour position. Use the lower left button to
move the hand anti-clockwise.
5. Press the upper left button. You will see MIN on the top half
of the digital display. Press the upper right button to advance
the minute hand clockwise or the lower left button to move
anti-clockwise until it is pointing straight up at the 12 O’clock
position.
6. Push the lower right button back in one click.
The watch malfunctions in some way and the above
procedures do not work.
1. Press the lower right button until the mode indicator hand
points to TME.
2. Pull the lower right button out one click. Press the other
three buttons down simultaneously for three seconds and
release. You will see 8’s on the digital display.
3. Press the upper left button. You will see UTC on the top half
of the digital display. Press the upper right button to advance
the hands of the top dial to the straight up 24-hour position.
Use the lower left button to go in reverse.
4. Press the upper left button. You will see HR on the top half
of the digital display. Press the upper right button to advance
the hour and 24-hour hand clockwise until they both point
straight up at the 24-hour position. Use the lower left button to
move the hand anti-clockwise.
5. Press the upper left button. You will see MIN on the top half
of the digital display. Press the upper right button to advance
the minute hand clockwise or the lower left button to move
anti-clockwise until it is pointing straight up at the 12 O’clock
position.
6. Push the lower right button back in one click

Watches | Answered on Nov 18, 2018


Take your Casio watch to a jeweler to identify battery type.

Casio Watches | Answered on Nov 18, 2018


DOES IT HAVE BUTTONS ON SIDES ? USE MODE TO SET DIGITAL AND THE STEM TO SET ANALOG

The Watches | Answered on Nov 17, 2018


On the back of the watch is a module number, It is usually in a rectangle box. Look up that number on the g-shock site and it will give the directions for that watch.

Watches | Answered on Nov 17, 2018


Yes there is. You need to charge it up.

Watches | Answered on Nov 17, 2018


use a thin pocket knife blade to gently pry the rear snap on cover off.

Ravel Clip On... | Answered on Nov 16, 2018


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Watches | Answered on Nov 16, 2018


TRY ANY SHOP THAT SELLS WATCH BANDS , WE DO NOT KNOW WHERE THINGS ARE DOWN THERE . BEING AS WE ARE IN USA

Watches | Answered on Nov 16, 2018


press and hold adjust button until digits flash (the digit that flashing is changeable by reverse and forward) mode is to choose what you are about to change. if your done with the digital time, press adjust once. for analogue time: press mode button until it reaches the word "H.SET" press and hold the adjust button then the word H.SET replaced by the time that you had been set for the digital time. then you can now use the reverse or forward to set the analogue time. if your done press the adjust button once then the mode button once. i hope i had been helped you.

Casio Gshock G... | Answered on Nov 16, 2018

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