Question about Watches
I am wondering if you are able to fix my microma wristwatch as it has been damaged with water & no longer works, as it was a very good watch, so if it can be fixed where do i send it to & how much will it cost? Ilive in Christchurch
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SOURCE: how to work my wrist watch
I found a solution on how to set the time digitally. what I did was got an old watch of mines that had the four push buttons two on each side and read what the four sides said on the old watch because my new watch didn't have any writing on either four sides. So basically the writing was similiar to how to work my new watch. The left button to the bottom was for the MODE, the upper left button was for the LIGHT, the upper right button was for START, and the lower right button was for RESET. I just worked with these buttons now that I had an idea and was able to set my digital part of the watch with a little effort. I hope that this may help someone who is having the similiar problem that I had.
Posted on May 26, 2008
You do not need to send your watch to FOSSIL for repairs. Just find your nearest watch repair shop and ask watchmaker to replace the coil. It will save money as well.
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
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