Question about Seiko Watches
Posted by Anonymous on
Unfortunately, the Seiko website does not have a serial number lookup, so you'll have to identify the model. The "8123-7190" is what Seiko calls the "caliber code." Entering that on the page linked below will narrow down the model number list for you. Clicking on the link for your model will give you the instructions in PDF format. The instructions for your model tell you what size battery to use. For example, the manual for the 8F32 states on page 11 that the battery size for that model is CR2412. (Note - be sure to get the correct instructions; different models have different battery sizes.) "Automatic" Divers watches have no battery, they are powered by a spring mechanism.
Posted on Sep 28, 2018
As it is a dive watch , it will be sealed and that requires specialist tools to remove the back and new gaskets to reseal it
Take it to a jeweller for the job and save the watch
Posted on Sep 28, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If the stop watch hands are not in the "0" (12 o clock) Position, follow the prodedure below to set them to the 12 o Clock position
1, Pull the crown to secound position
2, Press Button "A" for 2 seconds.
3, Press Button "B" to Adjust the minute Hand to "0" Position
4, Press Button "A" for 2 secounds then press Button "B" to adjust secound hand to "0" Position
5, Press crown into normal position
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Posted on Aug 28, 2009
if your watch caliber is 7s26b(look at the case back plate)is a usual problem of those calibers!the hair spring stuck somehow and the watch runs!a seiko authorized sevice center can help you!dont let anybody else magician to ruin your watch!is a routine repair for someone with knowledge and support from seiko!
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
mcdevito75 here, Best Bet, you may need a special tool to remove and replace the SPRING BARS (PINS) that hold the band onto the watch, then you may even need new spring Bars, (pins) to re-attach the band to rthe watch. BEST BET, look for a small watch repair shop in your area to change the band.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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