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I've often wondered this myself. I had an indiglo fail and timex shipped me a new watch instead of repairing. EL material can fade over time. It matters what kind of failure if its electronics or the sheet itself but it might be possible to cut an EL sheet to size. I'm guessing no one ever tries this due to the low cost of timex watches. I haven't bothered as it isn't worth the effort.

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26 minutes ago, DFeryance said:

I've often wondered this myself. I had an indiglo fail and timex shipped me a new watch instead of repairing. EL material can fade over time. It matters what kind of failure if its electronics or the sheet itself but it might be possible to cut an EL sheet to size. I'm guessing no one ever tries this due to the low cost of timex watches. I haven't bothered as it isn't worth the effort.

I doubt the movement can be taken apart and than reassembled. but, give it a try

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