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Oil should not come out of a watch. There just isn't that much oil in a watch to have it dripping out.
Are you sure it wasn't water? I can see where moisture could have gotten inside the watch if it was not sealed properly after the battery change.
The fast mall battery change places, jewelers and mart stores do not hire people that are trained to change batteries properly. We have a love hate relationship with those places. We love them because they keep us in business with all the watches they damage. We hate that they are in the business of replacing batteries in the first place because of how many watches they damage.
If you had one of those cheap battery stores replace the battery most likely they did not reseal your watch and it got water inside. This water will cause the problems you have now with your watch.
You will need to have a qualified watchmaker repair your watch.
What is the reference of the watch?
On the Cruise collection, the process is very simple:
remove band) Squeeze the easy release spring bar to one side until it detaches
from the watch case completely, do the same for both bands. 2.(To
attach new band) Take the straps that you want to put on and squeeze the easy
release spring bar with your (nail or screwdriver) and insert into little
groove, it should snap right into place 3.Do
the same for other band
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