Question about Fossil Titanium Titanium Silver Dial TI5082 Watch for Men
Hi, I was given a fossil titanium automatic and it sometimes stops,It is a fossil blue with ref.no on rearLE9510 0242/2000 I have tried to cost it to see if it worth taking to the watchrepair, Any ides? Thanks in anticipation.
Take off the back of the watch. If the weighted wheel on the back is loose, tighten it carefully with a flathead screwdriver. If it's already tight, then you may need to dig deeper to find the problem, possibly located at the spring. I would recommend taking it in to watch repair if this is the case!
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
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