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wolfman

1980's LED watch needs repair

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I've not been on here for ages, so it's nice to be back. 

Back in the 1980's my parents bought me a brushed steel LED watch from a large Boots store in Wolverhampton. 

To cut a long story short I repaired battery leakage  it looked like it was working again  but I damaged the display in the process of putting it back together!!  The watch has huge sentimental value and I'd like to get it working again if possible. I'm sure I'll need a new unit inside.  Any suggestions?? 

Wolfman

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Might be worth posting a pic on here, someone might have a suitable replacement module for it if you're lucky.  Failing that, keep an eye on ebay (use their "saved search" function) and hope to find one the same with a working module.

Good luck anyway mate.

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