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Citizen Analog Digital Sound Speaker

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xaris_sm

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Citizen Analog Digital Sound Speaker

Post28 Dec 2015, 11:35

hello all,

i have bought this faverite watch and i discover that alarm and other beep sounds are not working, i dont know how to start and i want to be very carefull trying to fix this watch due my limited skills on repairing watches

my guess is that 2 of the pins/springs that connect the module with the speaker are missings, please take a loot of the photos and if you got any idea i would be happy to hear about, i dont know where the spings positions suppose to be in order to test the speaker, i cannot put two small pins there (i have done this before with another watch and worked)

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thanks for your time!
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Re: Citizen Analog Digital Sound Speaker

Post28 Dec 2015, 11:44

It shows you with an arrow on the back "coil spring" put your spring in that hole and make sure you have the case back on the right way round.
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Re: Citizen Analog Digital Sound Speaker

Post28 Dec 2015, 14:29

Adam wrote:It shows you with an arrow on the back "coil spring" put your spring in that hole and make sure you have the case back on the right way round.


i see, there was not any spring so i suppose its was lost, i will try to find one that fits in there

many thanks for your help!
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Re: Citizen Analog Digital Sound Speaker

Post28 Dec 2015, 20:08

From a previous thread, use a spring from a narrow small watch strap spring bar.

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