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Seiko 0138 help

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Seiko 0138 help

Post22 Feb 2019, 08:57

Hello,

I found in a drawer a Seiko 0138, when I put a battery the display show the chronograph mode but when I press to the crown or the button nothing I happening.
Just the light run and the module look likes good
Have you an idea about the problem ?

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Post22 Feb 2019, 11:58

always a problem with the mode button...probably a bad contact issue :-D
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Re: Seiko 0138 help

Post22 Feb 2019, 17:45

Kasper wrote:always a problem with the mode button...probably a bad contact issue :-D


Ok, but I can't remove the module out of the case, do I have to devise the crown system ?

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Re: Seiko 0138 help

Post27 Feb 2019, 12:09

yes you have to push a little hinge to unlock the middle button. I can not remember how anymore...it's to long ago :-D
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Re: Seiko 0138 help

Post28 Feb 2019, 15:55

Kasper wrote:yes you have to push a little hinge to unlock the middle button. I can not remember how anymore...it's to long ago :-D


I removed the module and made many tests on this but few segments are dead and the commands don’t work...

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