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Lambda missing segments

Post17 Sep 2018, 10:26

Hi guys,i'm not into led world (just have only 2 in working conditions) so i'm not a fixing leds expert.
I got this unknow Lambda led watch yesterday with two 386 dead battery inside... As i expected the watch doesn't work so i tried to clean the board as i usually do with LCDs....and the green-blue acid gone off without problem. The watch is now works in this way:

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The quartz seems to be ok,i can see the seconds advancing...The wire bonds looks ok without missing or broken one.
Any help is welcome

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Re: Lambda missing segments

Post18 Sep 2018, 09:48

Just a little update: no signs of life...seems to be dead.The only info i found is:

"When replacing batteries in this watch you must ensure that the battery contact plate is placed with the three points of contact on the 2 batteries and the quartz crystal otherwise the watch will not function."

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