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RonnieT

Timex Quartz Watch

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Hi, hoping that someone can help me out

I have recently found my dear old dad's watch in the attic (he died in 1990)

I took it to a jeweller in the hope that a new battery would result in it being ok & that I could wear it

However, he tells me that the battery had leaked & had destroyed the terminals. He suggested that I try & get a replacement movement for it?

I'm told that the movement number is TIM862. Can anybody please help?

regards

Ronnie 

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The movement will be obsolete. It may be possible for a watchmaker to find, adapt and fit something else with similar specifications. However, with this watch, the calendar is likely to be a problem, since its difficult to get a movement that has calendar wheels that match up well with the existing calendar windows. 

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