Question about Fossil AM3695 Wrist Watch
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Changed the battery in my
You may have thought your battery was bad, when in reality the watch had a problem to began with. You also may have bought a dud battery. Have the battery tested, if good you either have a mechanical problem ( there is something stopping the gears from moving) or you have a electrical problem ( the curcit board or coil is shot). Fossil has a 11 year warranty on most of their watches, and even if you don't have your original reciept, I would get ahold of them and ask what they can do for you. Or you can take it to a watch repairman to repair but it will cost you.
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
SOURCE: Fossil watch
I have a Fossil Kaleido that i havent used in some time. I just replaced the batteries in it and the only thing that works is it goes from solid red to hearts..it wont keep time. I only have 2 buttons on the side..one to change the time and one to set to either red or switch back and forth/// PLEASE HELP!! i love this watch
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
You have to have a tool to unscrew the back of the watch. I figured this out the hard way. I suggest taking it to a jewler for after I replaced my battery, the stinking thing still did not work. This sounds like a commom problem as I read more about them. Hope this helped.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
SOURCE: Fossil watch dead
Get battery out again. Clean (scrape) all the battery related contacts using steel needle or small screwdriver. Make sure the battery is not underpowered. Refit the battery keeping the right polarity and set the watch.
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Posted on Jan 26, 2009
SOURCE: Fossil watch dead
1)Get the battery out again and check for power. 1,5 Volt batteries should be 1,52V - 1,54V and the 3Volt batteries shold be 3,1V - 3,3V in charge.
2)Take the hardened steel needle or watchmakers screwdriver and clean (scrape) both contacts off any visible residue till they are shiny. aaaaaaaUce dust blower to get rid of scrape-offs.
3)Make sure the contacts are touching the corresponding battery side only and not shortcuting the battery.
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Posted on Mar 07, 2009
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