Question about Watches
Okay, there could be multiple things wrong. You will most likely need a new movment (motor) or you will need to have it serviced in which a watch maker will take the watch apart and oil and adjust all of the wheels and gears. What you could do is send the watch into fossil, they have like a lifetime warranty or 13 years or something like that.
Posted on Sep 13, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Of course, you can.
Open the watch and take the battery out. Memorize all the writings on battery and buy exactly the same one. You need to memorize wich way up the battery is originally fitted. If you will insert the new battery the other side up, you can damage your watch movement.
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Posted on Mar 21, 2009
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