Question about Watches
If it's automatic it means the movement of your wrist keeps it wound up ,but if it's not been worn for long time you can still wind it with the winder, if it still doesn't work it may need to go for a service at the jewelers.
Posted on Jan 04, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Does the dial have "Automatic" wtitten on it". If it does then it's a mechanical movement. If it has "Quartz" then it requires a battery. If the watch isn't running perhaps it just needs a battery. This may also explain why the pushers aren't working. If it's mechanical the watch needs to be wound before the pushers will work. What are the markings on the subdial.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
SOURCE: open a watch
Hi, this is easy to do what you need is a sharp knife then the back of the watch will have a case on it smaller than the watch you will see its raised and has an edge running all the way round. Sometimes their is a tiny recess running along the top or bottom of this cover this is to put knife into to pry the back off, not all watches have this. If yours dont then get sharp knife and pry the cover off from either the top or bottom it can be tight but get the knife so your putting pressure on to lift the cover up. The cover is only pushed in and it clips in so their is nothing holding it down.
Just keep prying it with a thin sharp knife untill the back lifts off it shouldnt be that difficult but just use thin knife and keep working it so as to lift the back cover off the watch.
This will give you access to the battery and once replaced the back just pushes on by hand push it on hard as this seals it from water and dust.
Posted on May 15, 2008
Go to "boluva.com", select your area.
Click on one of the pictures and enter your watch style in the search box (try 96D09).
When the details appear click on "instructions".
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
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