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Watch stopped operating. does it need a battery?

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If it is a quartz watch more than likely it just needs a battery. If it is a citizen eco-drive it may need sunlight as it is solar powered.

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I have to set it everytime i put it on. it good when i wear it. is it the battery?


What make and model watch do you have?

(is your watch automatic? if it is, then these only run for 2-3 days at most before stopping and need to be used daily to maintain their operation.)

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My rolex datejust watch has stopped working...rolex watches don't operate on batteries right? Why has it stopped ticking?


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Second hand stops for a few seconds and then starts again over and over again


Try manually winding it (assuming it's not a quartz watch). If a mechanical watch is not worn daily it will run down and need to be manually wound to get going. Turn the crown clockwise about 40 turns.

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My watch stops and then counts four seconds then stops again and does this over and over what's wrong


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Please advise if watch is automatic or battery operated.
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My watch has stopped


Hi.

Go to a shop and ask to replace the battery.
Even if the battery can be replaced at home, using tweezers to remove the back plate, replacement must be done by a technician at the shop. If you have not done this operation before, it is very easy to mount the seal incorrectly, compromizing the watch integrity.

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My britling watch is not working!!! it has just stopped..


It could be that the battery has run out (is it a battery operated watch?)

If it is battery operated then you could either take it to a local authorized dealer or send it to a service center.

You can find their address on the web site "http://www.breitling.com/en/index.php#/home/"

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Swiss army stopped, im stressing..


If it's a quartz (battery powered) watch test the voltage of the battery. If below 1.5v then replace with new. Ensure battery contacts make good contact with the battery and are free of corrosion/rust/contamination of any sort. Check operating manual for any specifics regarding battery replacement proceedure.

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I have gone through 3 different watches, 2 fossils and one Bulova. All of them would just stop after a couple of months. I would replace batteries, then they would stop again. Is there any truth to the...


This is not a myth, but reality. Every living thing has it's own electric field and so do the humans. The difference is in density of that field - some has stronger, some weaker. And this is the cause of fast battery discharge and mciromotor stoping. Very few people has this field so dense, that the battery driven watch stops as soon as this person touches the watch. Most common is the case when the wearer of the watch needs to replace watch battery very frequently,so, I suggest you are one of them.
Consider of buying an automatic mechanical watch (spring driven). These watches are more expensive then their battery driven counterparts, but they can last for generations if looked after.
Do not buy kinetic or solar powered watches as you will expierence the same struggle as with battery driven watch.

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