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led display problem !Shows only one number on the screen

Post02 Feb 2015, 19:17

hi
after i replace the batteries led display had problem !Shows only one number on the screen

you know How can i fix it ? the module it's a SANYO
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Re: led display problem !Shows only one number on the scree

Post02 Feb 2015, 21:56

Looks like it could be the quartz crystal has failed, a single digit display is a typical symptom of this, replacing the QC is relatively straight forwards and I am sure the more knowledgeable forum members will chip in soon with further advice.

Until then let me extend a warm welcome to the forum to you. "willkommen"
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Re: led display problem !Shows only one number on the scree

Post02 Feb 2015, 23:55

bucko170 wrote:Looks like it could be the quartz crystal has failed, a single digit display is a typical symptom of this, replacing the QC is relatively straight forwards and I am sure the more knowledgeable forum members will chip in soon with further advice.

Until then let me extend a warm welcome to the forum to you. "willkommen"

ok understand it ..the quartz crystal is the elements shown above the sanyo at the first image ?
and where can i find a new quartz crystal ?
thanks once again
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Re: led display problem !Shows only one number on the scree

Post03 Feb 2015, 10:05

can someone tell me what kind quartz crystal replacement should I search for my SANYO Module ?

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Re: led display problem !Shows only one number on the scree

Post03 Feb 2015, 18:36

rather ι can not fix it Maybe I should sell it :cry:
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Re: led display problem !Shows only one number on the scree

Post03 Feb 2015, 19:30

iraklisk wrote:rather ι can not fix it Maybe I should sell it :cry:


.. ... or be a little bit more patient and wait for others on the forum to advise you better? ;-)

The QC's can be purchased easily from eBay or Maplin if you are in the UK.
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Re: led display problem !Shows only one number on the scree

Post03 Feb 2015, 19:53

bucko170 wrote:
iraklisk wrote:rather ι can not fix it Maybe I should sell it :cry:


.. ... or be a little bit more patient and wait for others on the forum to advise you better? ;-)

The QC's can be purchased easily from eBay or Maplin if you are in the UK.

IAM FROM GREECE BUT IT'S OK I WIIL WAIT ,THANKS ONCE AGAIN !!!
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Re: led display problem !Shows only one number on the scree

Post07 Feb 2015, 23:25

This should be a standard 32,768 khz watch quartz and nothing special. There are different sizes and packages available, so check if they have the same dimensions. Other than that I think your chances are about 20% to bring your watch back to life with a new quartz. Since they are so cheap it´s always worth a try. If the new quartz doesn´t do the trick you can always go for a new SASM40 movement. They will "repair" every watch with a Sanyo module.
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Re: led display problem !Shows only one number on the scree

Post09 Feb 2015, 10:52

SASM wrote:This should be a standard 32,768 khz watch quartz and nothing special. There are different sizes and packages available, so check if they have the same dimensions. Other than that I think your chances are about 20% to bring your watch back to life with a new quartz. Since they are so cheap it´s always worth a try. If the new quartz doesn´t do the trick you can always go for a new SASM40 movement. They will "repair" every watch with a Sanyo module.

thanks for the infos much appreciate it :-)

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