DW-5600 691 "A" rubber bumper inside back
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    DW-5600 691 "A" rubber bumper inside back

    I have a DW-5600C-1V 691 Japan A and inside the back cover is a rubber bumper for want of a better description.
    Well the rubber has curled up and looks like a dried snail.

    I don't even know it's name to search for one.
    What is this thing called, and where can I find one ?

    Thanks

    Barry
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    Re: DW-5600 691 "A" rubber bumper inside back

    It was called a rubber spacer (or at least that is how I call it)

    I am not sure you can get one for the DW5600C anymore. The current DW5600E has a spacer but it might be smaller.

    When I had to replace a damaged one for my DW5600C with the 901 movement, I simply went out and bought a really thin rubber jar opener( has to be a thin and flexible) traced the jar opener against the damaged spacer and cut it out. it worked perfectly.

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    Re: DW-5600 691 "A" rubber bumper inside back

    Isn't this the piezoelectric speaker for the alarm??

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    Re: DW-5600 691 "A" rubber bumper inside back

    Journeyforce - No, it really is just an internal rubber bumper. It's not even part of the waterproofing.


    Quote Originally Posted by journeyforce View Post
    I simply went out and bought a really thin rubber jar opener.
    What a great Martha Stewart idea.

    I'm off to the Mall tomorrow.

    Thanks guys

    Barry

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    Re: DW-5600 691 "A" rubber bumper inside back

    Quote Originally Posted by tomchicago View Post
    Isn't this the piezoelectric speaker for the alarm??
    Yes if you're referring to the spring contacts this is located in the front to the right of the LCD.

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