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Watch stops My watch stops for no apparent reason and won't start again until I pull the knob to change the date and/or time. It works for a few hours or days and then stops again. I understand it is an automatic/no winding watch. Thanks!!

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I have a Theorema Paragon Automatic which I don't wear all the time so it stops couldn't get it to restart and couldn't find a solution either so tinkered around with it until I hit (no pun intended) a a self help solutions. Only winding the watch will not start the it. Solution: 1.Set the watch to the right time. 2. Wind it for about 40 full revolutions in clockwise rotation.3.Hold the watch in your right hand by the strap and hit it firmly into the palm of your left hand. Giving the watch a shock This kick starts the spring mechanism into life and solves the problem.

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Sounds like the oil is contaminated and causing undo friction or the main spring is ether broken or slipping. Time to service your watch. call me 707-338-3207 www.finewatchmaking.com

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  • Locate the knob on the side.
  • Pull the knob out. The second hand should stop ticking.
  • Twist the knob clockwise until the correct time is displayed on the watch face.
  • Push the knob back in, and the the second hand will resume ticking.
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    Fossil JR9589


    (I'm dutch, so I'll try in my best englisch)

    I don't know if you still have the problem, but what you should do is te following:

    * pull out the knob (2 times) and turn anti-clockwise to change the time
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