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Casio Watches | Answered on Mar 13, 2017


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Timex Watches | Answered on Mar 13, 2017


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The Watches | Answered on Mar 13, 2017


battery operated watches have a small plastic tag under the crown
this prevents the battery making contact so it does not go flat in storage
pull that tag out and press the knob home and it will start operating

Swiss Watches | Answered on Mar 13, 2017


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Armitron Watches | Answered on Mar 13, 2017


it all stems from the watch not actually being waterproof it's more water resistant than waterproof. The little indentations on the back that look like they are for a tool to unscrew it are actually holes i guess for the altimeter and meteo so it can sense pressure. Behind the back just behind the holes is a nylon gauze material and underneath this is a sensor slightly recessed and covered with some kind of waterproof substance. As far as i can see the problems lie here any water sweat or other foreign object than gets into this gauze will eventually will clog this gauze material which at first will affect the altimeter then the meteo. When the gauze has been clogged up severely i gets very dirty indeed which means when it gets wet it takes an age to dry out so if you wear it in the shower like i used to it will never dry out this causes the watch to malfunction quite severely. You can actually fix this problem yourself just get a very small flat screwdriver and lever the back off don't worry it's only a push fit and comes of easily you will see straight away a dirty damp smelly clogged up round piece of nylon gauze clean this up with a bit of WARM not boiling soapy water being careful not to disturb the pressure sensor and it's waterproof goo inside then dry it all and put it together
Hope this helps
Dom
England

Tissot T-Touch... | Answered on Mar 13, 2017


Take your watch to a jeweler who, for a reasonable sum, will open it and identify the battery type.

Diesel Watches | Answered on Mar 12, 2017


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The Watches | Answered on Mar 12, 2017

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