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If you can take the band off the watch do it, if you can't that's ok you just have to be a little more careful. I take a 1/2 cup of HOT water, 1/4 cup of Mr. Clean, and 1/4 cup of ammonia. Hook you watch on a cup so it isn't able to slip into the cup, and let it sit for about 10 min. Take a tooth brush and spread open the links and brush away! Make sure after you brush it that you rinse off REALLY good because if you don't you will find that dust and whatever will stick to the band becuse it will be sticky because of the cleaner. If you find you have anymore problem please feel free to ask. I have been cleaning jewelry , watchbands, and watch cases likr this for twenty years , it works well.

Timex 27191... | Answered 23 hours ago


It is a handsome longcase clock and rather elaborate - it would be disappointing to discover the weights and pendulum are merely decorative.

I have only encountered one similar clock and it had one battery to keep the pendulum swinging and another to power the clock. The battery had to be fairly fresh or the pendulum stopped swinging. The clock also had to be level or the pendulum stopped.

If you took the picture when the pendulum was stationary, the clock appears not to be standing vertically. It is important they stand vertically in both planes to the nth degree.
There is also a fable about a clock never being happy standing next to or hanging on an exterior wall, sometimes not such a fable...

I don't think the pendulum is the problem. I suggest you should level the clock (considering the shape of the case a plumbline would be best), fit a new battery and give the pendulum a swing - if it doesn't keep swinging, there is probably a fault with the motor.

The Watches | Answered on Oct 24, 2020


I have a pendulum wall clock from the president collection. If yours is the same or similar, the following may help:
*Look at the back for a slide switch labled "start" at the top and "set" at the bottom and move it to "set"
*Look for for small push buttons. They represent the hours and minutes. Push each in turn, the number of pushes to represent the time, ie, for 09:45, ignore the first(0), push the second 9 times(9)-push the third 4 times(4)- push the 4th 5 times(5). When done, push the slide switch back to "start".
If yours is the same as mine - a wall hung pendulum clock with Westminster chimes, made around 1988. I would be happy to scan and send a copy of the instructions.
John

Watches | Answered on Oct 22, 2020


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Calvin Klein... | Answered on Oct 20, 2020


Contact Time Track Services directly and explain the problem to them. They will be able to help you sort another form of payment. They will also appreciate you took the time and effort to warn them.

Watches | Answered on Oct 19, 2020


Press "mode" until the hour is flashing,
Now press "start" to change the hour. When hour is correct, press "reset" and minutes should start flashing.
Press "start" to change minutes" then press "mode" again.

Watches | Answered on Oct 18, 2020


Hold down the adjust button bottom right then press the mode button top left you will notice the a or p that stands for am/pm will disappear & reappear. If you have an a or p on your display then you are out of military time.

Timex 1440 Nylon... | Answered on Oct 15, 2020


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Emporio Armani... | Answered on Oct 15, 2020


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DKNY Watches | Answered on Oct 14, 2020


mcdevito75 here, I would see the jeweler who installed the new batteries and ask to have the battery install double checked so they are makeing proper contact with the LCD movement. In the meantime you can try to hold down the MODE button for a few seconds and see if the display appears, also if the display screen has turned very dark, your Casio may have had it, as the LCD display could have gone bad. New batteries should bring up a display even after the watch has been stored. Hopefully the display is still a grayish color and the new batteries need re-alignment.

Casio Watches | Answered on Oct 13, 2020


I am not familiar with this particular lighter, however, changing flints isn't usually difficult. Could you post a photo of the underside of the lighter? Try turning the lighter upside down. There should be two sections moulded in the bottom of the lighter. One is the refill port you use to fill it with gas, the other will be the adjuster or mount for the flint. The flint holder is usually a Spring loaded tube with the flint mounted at the top end. Carefully unwind the screw or twist cap being careful the spring doesn't suddenly release. This should slide out letting the remains of the old flint fall out. You may need to GENTLY tap the lighter to knock out any dust left by the old flint. Insert the new flint, insert the retaining pin and screw it in until it is finger tight. Screw too tight and you could crush the new flint or damage the screw thread on the retaining pin.

Cartier Watches | Answered on Oct 13, 2020


First, reset the clock to 0:00 hours. The instant the clicking stops, pop out the battery. The second hand stem should be at 0:00 hours. The front cover can only be removed from the bottom. Put both thumbs at the bottom of the font cover and push inward, but not too forcefully (Junghans stopped selling replacement covers shortly after dropping the product line and they are nearly impossible to find). The center should lift up enough to slide a thin credit/promotion/gift card under the center tab on the bottom. Then work the card up either slide to disengage the other four tabs. The five tabs are located at the bottom center, one each on both straight sides alligned with the top of the digital display, one at 7.5 minutes, and the last one at 52.5 minutes. That is easy part. Now comes the hard one You then need to glue the second hand back onto its stem. Superglue (cyanoacrylate based) works best. The second hand must be attached perfectly level or it could scrape the cover, the clock face, and the other hands as it rotates on a tilt. Practice a few times before applying the glue. You will notice that the socket on the second hand fits the stem very loosely. Once you are ready to glue, apply one drop of superglue on the second hand socket and mount it on the centermost stem and hold it perfectly still and in proper alignment and steady for a minute or so for the glue to set. Once the glue dries, put the battery in and let it run long enough to determine if the second hand is in correct alignment. Remove the battery again. Make certain the clock face is completely free of dust and dirt before reattachment of the cover. Insert the cover from the top down snapping the five tabs into place. It may be necessary to reverse the removal process. Then you can reinsert the battery. The process worked for me when mine was accidentally knocked onto the carpet and the second hand was detached from the force of the impact. In fact, I can no longer tell which one I performed the repair on.

Watches | Answered on Sep 27, 2020


This problem may be due to your analog hands being improperly zeroed. To find out, try this: 1. Put the watch in chronograph mode by rotating the crowon in its normal position to "chr" 2. Pull out the crown two clicks. This should cause all of the hands to point to zero. If you do this and your minute hand points to 1 o'clock, or five minutes, you will know that this is the problem. If this is the problem, you can can correct it by zeroing the hands as follows: 1. Put the watch in chronograph mode by rotating the crowon in its normal position to "chr" 2. Pull out the crown two clicks. This should cause all of the hands to point to zero, or close to it. You should also notice the letters "HR" in the lefthand digital display. This allows you to move the hour hand by rotating the crown. If the hour hand is not pointing at 12 o'clock, rotate it so that it does. 3. Push the top button once. The letters "MIN" should appear in the lefthand digital display. This allows you to move the minute hand on the large dial, and the minute and hour hands on the small UTC dial. Rotate the crown so that the minute hand points directly to 12 o'clock. 4. Push the top button again. The letters "SEC" should appear in the lefthand digital display. Rotate the crown to point the second hand directly at 12 o'clock. 5. Push the crown back into its normal position. Set the digiatl time and date in your tie zone, and your analog hands should match the digital read-out. If the zeroing of the hands is not the problem, I don't know what is wrong with the watch.

Citizen Skyhawk... | Answered on Sep 24, 2020


Visit the website.. You will find the instructions

Watches | Answered on Sep 24, 2020


Yes..but first get it repaired

Callaway Watches | Answered on Sep 23, 2020

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