Question about Watches
I recently bought this watch (it is about 4 months old). I took it off my hand and kept it in my pocket for an entire night in minus degrees temperatures. At first the indiglo was working fine but when I pressed it again in the early hours of the morning it was not.
I think the low temperature has something to do with it but not sure what and how to fix it (or I also don't know if it can be fixed in a watch mechanic shop).
The worst thing is i bought it second hand from ebay from USA
SOURCE: not again . . .
Pushing all the buttons at the same time you resets the digital functions. You'll have to reset the time and date, but it will all work again. I don't know why the watch freezes up, but pushing all the buttons at least resets it. I like my watch and this quirk is an annoyance, but it's livable after finding this solution.
Posted on Aug 11, 2007
To clarify... Replace the cover with the arrow on the back pointing directly at the stem. The Indiglo backlight, alarms and chimes should all work when the back cover is in this position.
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
I ended up putting the watch between two layers of a shop rag and tightened it in my garage vise. First try didn't work so the second try I turned the vise another /14 turn. Voilla! Stupid watch!!
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
SOURCE: timex expedition indiglo wr 50m
I had the same problem, and could not find any answers on timex.com. After you place the battery in and it begins to beep, push all four buttons in at the same time. This should "reset" the watch -- at least it did for me.
Posted on Sep 28, 2008
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