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The backlight and digital features are still working, but the analog hands have stopped
The manual is not helpful and neither are any of these other answers. There are TWO batteries in the 19093 Compendium Hybrid. There's a CR2025 on top that runs the digital side, and an SR626SW down below that runs the analog. You need to remove seven small screws holding the upper circuit board to access the tiny SR626SW battery. Be careful of the two brass springs and two contact plates for the pusher buttons, they can fall out. Take pictures at each step of the way, especially when you first remove the back cover.
Posted on Nov 22, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have no ideal how old your watch is nor where you had the battery changed. Ideally I would take back to whom changed the battery to see if it was a good battery. If your watch is older it may be time for an adjustment.
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Posted on Aug 21, 2010
Yes, definitely analogue part will stop, because it takes more power to move gears and hands. Replace battery and you'll be OK. Rate me, plz.
Posted on Mar 16, 2010
I suspect that there is a setting up procedure that needs to befollowed when the batteries have been replaced. (I had a similarproblem when I did this with my watch - although the hands were moving,they were incorrect!)
I was unable to find any instructions on their web site but if you go to their web site (/www.sekonda.co.uk/) or your own area web site for Seconda, at the top of the page you will see a store locator tab, click on this to find your local store and ask them for some instructions.
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
SOURCE: Casio G-Shock G-7400 Watch
Thought this would happen when I sent you a request to help me simply change the analog time on my watch.
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I've solved the problem from another site free of charge.
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Posted on Apr 11, 2008
This problem may be due to your analog hands being improperly zeroed. To find out, try this: 1. Put the watch in chronograph mode by rotating the crowon in its normal position to "chr" 2. Pull out the crown two clicks. This should cause all of the hands to point to zero. If you do this and your minute hand points to 1 o'clock, or five minutes, you will know that this is the problem. If this is the problem, you can can correct it by zeroing the hands as follows: 1. Put the watch in chronograph mode by rotating the crowon in its normal position to "chr" 2. Pull out the crown two clicks. This should cause all of the hands to point to zero, or close to it. You should also notice the letters "HR" in the lefthand digital display. This allows you to move the hour hand by rotating the crown. If the hour hand is not pointing at 12 o'clock, rotate it so that it does. 3. Push the top button once. The letters "MIN" should appear in the lefthand digital display. This allows you to move the minute hand on the large dial, and the minute and hour hands on the small UTC dial. Rotate the crown so that the minute hand points directly to 12 o'clock. 4. Push the top button again. The letters "SEC" should appear in the lefthand digital display. Rotate the crown to point the second hand directly at 12 o'clock. 5. Push the crown back into its normal position. Set the digiatl time and date in your tie zone, and your analog hands should match the digital read-out. If the zeroing of the hands is not the problem, I don't know what is wrong with the watch.
Posted on Sep 27, 2007
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