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I have a 7c43-7000 watch, the last time I want to change batteries I was told that changing will not helped without explanation, I opened the watch:
link: goo.gl/369Quh (I am new so I can't load pic)

and as u can see the spring is broken with blacked tips.

Is it possible to fix it?

Thanks,
 

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It's a good plan to introduce yourself, as it's your first post here.
That link is useless!!
Is it the spring on the side of the battery (+) or under the battery (-) ??
Is it the one like this, on the right of the battery (+)? Gold coloured .
Pic from here http://www.vetroplastica.it/forum/viewtopic.php?t=11263
All these parts are available from Seiko.
 

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Hi, sorry for the late response.

My name is Roni, I am not into collecting watches but I have this watch since 1987 and I like it.

It was neglected after stopping for a couple of month's and when was opened to replace the battery it seem that it leaked and the (+) connector is damage. Also I notice that winding it seem a little sticky.

About the link, it shows the damaged (+) connector.

Any solution is walcome, and thalamus again.

Roni
 

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There you go :)


The spring might be good enough to contact the side of the battery? After some cleaning of the broken ends to make sure there is enough conductivity.
 
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