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Fossil JR8096 - Display Not Working

The Fossil big tic watch - model no. JR8096 has an analog dial with the seconds in a digital display at the back of the watch face. the display is no longer working, yet the watch is still showing the correct time. This to me indicates that the battery is still working, but the digital display is no longer working.

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  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2014

    the white circle around the watch face has been lost. Can I get a replacement?

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Hi i have a watch very simalar. They run on two seperate batteries. sounds like one of them is dead. get the digigtal one replaced

Posted on Aug 24, 2007

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  • RACEFORMONEY Sep 13, 2010

    Well, to the guest from 3 years ago......the person doesn't care about a "similar watch." If you didn't have the same exact watch then don't answer. The JR-8096 uses two separate batteries. One of them is a 2016 and the other is a smaller SR621SW (crosses over to Energizer 364 ). Fossil intentionally does not list which batteries their watches use because they want to charge you for the replacement. The smaller battery is held in place by a tab. Do not completely remove the screw securing the tab. Just loosen it or else you will never get the screw back in. The screw is extremely small. - Helmut Roner, Tampa, Florida

  • sean_dewis
    sean_dewis Jul 31, 2012

    Hi can anyone tell me how to get the darned back off this model of watch? I've tried rotating it counter clockwise to no avail!!

  • sean_dewis
    sean_dewis Jul 31, 2012

    hi can anyone tell me how to get the darned back off this model? I've tried rotating it counter clockwise to no avail!

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