Question about Casio Edifice EFA110D-1AV Wrist Watch
I have the same problem with a 6-mo old Bulova Marine Star 96C100 that I received as a gift. The second hand randomly sticks at the 40-sec marker for significant amounts of time, and then starts up again, but the watch is behind. I had the battery replaced and this did not fix the problem. Now they're saying that the watch needs to be sent to Bulova to be cleaned or fixed, and I have to pay even though it's on warranty! Not sure whether or not to just throw the piece of junk away or not.
Be careful because some repair centers will charge you to be the middle man even though they know there will be no charge for the repair.
I recommend contacting Bulova directly because the problem you describe is a defect in the movement and yes it should be repaired. I would recommend replacing the movement rather than over hauling.
Bulova's standard warranty is 2 year limited. You should be covered.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
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