Question about Watches
Relic doesn't run. The Relic has an eight ball and flames in the backgroung which flash on and off, so I assume the battery is good. The Fossil has the crystal broken out.
There is a little tab next to the battery that should have an arrow pointing to it. You will have to depress the tab with a pin to get either the watch to start, or the eight ball and flames to start flashing, after replacing the battery. If this doesn't work, the watch is probably junk, as the movement has been damaged from the impact that broke the crystal. I have done this exact thing on this type of watch two years ago, which is how I know, except that the flashing image in the background was the chinese characters for love, peace, and happiness. It was also a Fossil Relic. Hope this helps. Bilal Hassan Clarksville, MD
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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