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My Pulsar VD75 movement watch has stopped working. i wear it on a daily basis so should have no problem with power. is there any way i can fix it myself

I wear it on a daily basis so should have no problem with power. Is there any way I can fix it myself.

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SOURCE: Pulsar Mens Wrist Watch

I have a similar solar modle Ive had since 1995 , about 4 years ago it started loosing time and the second hand started double ticking. I sat it down out side on a cool summer day for the hole day in the bright sun and never have had a problem since. knock on wood! It was also runover by a car last year and still works good. I wont ever get ride of it. Hopefully this helps u guys out

Posted on Feb 16, 2008

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I have a Pulsar watch and on the expandable band, the casing fell off and can't get it replaced unless we take off a link...To me this was too much trouble, time and expense...I won't buy another Pulsar! Too bad cause I thought it was a beautiful watch.

Posted on Sep 18, 2008

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SOURCE: I have S.U.G WATCH(AUTOMATIC)I WEAR IT ALL DAY BUT WHEN I TAKE

hi...either the generator is shot or the rechargeable battery...yes, it should run overnight....my guess is that it should run a couple of months without wearing/charging it...I suggest you mail it back to the manufacturer.....d.

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

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SOURCE: Seiko Kinetic Watch model 8D0557

For sure it is time to replace that old capacitor and replace it with the latest solution that uses a Lithium Ion battery. Find a good experienced repair person to do this for you. I do this daily and I am a Certified Master Horologist/watch repairman.. Ron at TimelyWatchRepair.com

Posted on Dec 12, 2009

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SOURCE: My pulsar watch (maybe 7 years old)runs

is it battery or automatic or kinetic. first have battery checked if this still does not solve prob ask repairer for movement exchange instead of service as this way you get a new engine...if its automatic a service should have worked as pulsr use seiko movements wich are very good if its kinetic it needs a new capasitor as these last about 5yrs before the need to replace or attempted recharge.

Posted on Mar 26, 2010

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Sometimes the complex movements can be fickle about how you move it. On my best friends watch he just moves it back and forth while my wifes watch has to be swirled in a circular motion. If that doesnt work part of the movement may be broken or out of alignment.

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I bought this watch 1.5 years back.I have started using that.It worked properly.For the last few months I didn't wear it.Now the watch is not working. So the problem is in the battery ?


On average, I've found that analog wristwatches that use a silver oxide (or alkaline) battery last about a year after a fresh battery has been installed. Digital watches, because they have no moving parts, will typically last longer on a set of batteries if you're not using the alarm or backlight function. Watches that use lithium batteries generally last two years or more between battery changes.

Based on your model watch, I would guess that your battery has run down too far to power the movement. A fresh battery will probably fix your watch. Hint: in the future, if you aren't going to wear your watch for a while, pull the stem out into the "set" position. That will stop the movement and extend the life of your battery. When you want to wear the watch, simply set the time (and date, if you have a date window) and push the stem back in.

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Stop panicking, please. If you lost the battery, that means your watch has been opened, so, read the movement number and submit here. Then Ill be able to give exact battery number.

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My movado was cleaned and still does not work, works for short , thenit stops


Assuming it's not a quartz watch try winding it fully - about 40 turns of the crown. If you wear it daily it won't need further winding unless you skip a day or you're not very active. The watch is typically wound by the movement of your arm/wrist. Manual winding will compensate for the lack of movement.

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Watch stops shortly after any movement


Automatic, or "self-winding" watches get their power from movement of your wrist throughout the day. Unless you're quite active the amount of movement is just about enough to keep it running till the next day. However, if you let the watch run down completely as you did when you were away, there is no reserve power left. The solution is simple: just manually wind the watch and you'll be good to go. To manually wind the watch unscrew the crown as if you were going to set the watch but do not pull it out as would for setting. Wind the watch about 40-50 turns and it will run fine if you wear it every day.

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When I started wearing the watch it would stop at least once a day and I would have to pull out the reset time button, fix the time and push the button back in again to get it started. It happened 4 days...


If it's a quartz watch, replace the battery. If it's a mechanical watch, even a "self-winding" model, wind it manually - unless you're very active it needs a manual winding if you don't wear it all the time. If it's more than a few years old it may need cleaning by a watchmaker.

Apr 09, 2010 | Pulsar Bracelet PXQ502 Wrist Watch

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My pulsar watch (maybe 7 years old)runs intermittently. It runs most of the time I wear it and stops when I take it off. I had it cleaned. Cleaning didn't seem to help much.


is it battery or automatic or kinetic. first have battery checked if this still does not solve prob ask repairer for movement exchange instead of service as this way you get a new engine...if its automatic a service should have worked as pulsr use seiko movements wich are very good if its kinetic it needs a new capasitor as these last about 5yrs before the need to replace or attempted recharge.

Mar 23, 2010 | Watches

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How do I start my Pulsar watch? The instructions said to swing it side to side for 30 seconds...that didn't work. Checked the battery and it's ok..even exchanged the watch but this one's the same...I...


If you're supposed to swing it, that means it's an automatic or kinetic watch and it charges it's battery using an internal winder that moves as the watch moves. Try wearing it for a while, being mindful of moving your hand, or if that doesn't work try using a watch winder. If none of that works it probably needs a new movement. Take it to your dealer to submit for warranty.

Dec 20, 2009 | Watches

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The hour & minute hands on my pulsar nx14-x001 do not move. the second hand quivers, but also does not move. the digital time and other functions are okay. HELP!


Without knowing the model of the watch i would say you need a new battery. It is typical for this style of watch to have two batteries or one lithium battery. In either case the analog movement will drain faster than the digital portion of the watch and will stop working first.

Sep 21, 2009 | Pulsar Watches

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Automatic Watch Stops


There can be hundereds of causes why your watch isn't working properly, so, I'll not name them.
One is clear- without help of skilled watchmaker your watch will NEVER work properly.
NOTE: It may sound very strange, but mechanical watches do NOT like to be left without job.
Next time you decide to leave mechanical watch aside for long time- do not forget to wind it up once in a 2-3 days even if you are not wearing it.
This will help to prolong watch movements life and keep timekeeping steady and accurate.

Regards

Arthur

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