Question about Watches
There are several things that could be causing this. First is that if the person replacing the battery did not know what they were doing they could have damaged the movement. One of the most common parts that get damaged is the coil. These are wound with wire thinner than a hair and so sliding anything across the coil can damage or break it.
Another common thing is the contact for the bottom side of the battery gets pushed and bent out of place. Most times this can be straightened out. But there are times when it has to be replaced.
The circuit could be bad or the whole movement may need cleaning.
Hope this helps,
Yellowstone Watch Inc.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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