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Where can I get a crown for a ch 2454 fossil other than fossil, they don't seem to have any!?

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Go to a local jewler they'd be the ones to be able to help you get a new one or repair your old crown it probably just needs to be sodered if just the crown and not the whole crown assembley

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I replaced the battery, and cannot get the chrono hands back to top dead center? It's a Fossil chronograph model CH 2646


pull the crown out to second position then press start button till it gets to top then push crown back in

May 14, 2015 | Watches

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INSTRUCTION MANUAL FOR FOSSIL CH2698


See https://www.fossil.com/content/dam/fossil/PDF/watchinstructions/Fossil_Watch_Instructions_EN_US.pdf

The file is a compendium of instructions for a large number of Fossil movements, but it is unclertain which movements the model CH-2331 and CH-2698 watches use. However, movement OS10 (page 15) appears to be the only one that matches the dial layout, button layout and also has a date window as the CH-2331. The watch has a quartz analog mechanism and uses one SR927W 1.55-volt silver oxide button cell. Silver oxide cells have low current output, but very long shelf life, so if the stem is pulled out completely when the watch isn't being worn, the battery could last many years. Scan the instructions to match up the CH-2698 with a movement number. A good guess from examining photos of the face of a CH-2698 watch would be movements OS20 / FS00 or VD53.

Apr 07, 2014 | Fossil CH2331 Wrist Watch

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I need setting directions for a fossil watch model ch-2203


Thank you for contacting FixYa.
You should be able to contact Fossil at following link for directions/manual to your watch.
http://www.fossil.com/en_US/shop/customer_care/static/fossil-warrantyRepairs.html
Best wishes. Jewel

Oct 02, 2010 | Fossil Watches

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The stem and crown fell out of my fossil watch, i would like to obtain replacements and install them myself.


mcdevito75 here, You may not be able to fix your fossil watch, it"sa quartz and once the crown and stem came out, the mechanism that holds it in plce may be broke.

Jun 14, 2010 | Watches

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Changing the date on a fossil watch- how do you do it?


Which Fossil do you own?

Analog Date Watch:
Date Setting
  1. Pull the crown out to position 2.
  2. Turn the crown either clockwise or counter-clockwise and set the date for the previous day. The direction that moves the date varies on different watch models.

Analog Automatic:
Time and Date Setting

  1. Pull crown out to position 2 and rotate clockwise to set time.
  2. Pull crown out to position 3; date will advance automatically. To set to required date, continue to rotate crown between positions 2 and 3.
  3. Push crown back to position 1.
Analog Digital:
Time and Calendar Setting

  1. Press and hold pusher A for 2 seconds to enter setting mode. Year will begin flashing.
  2. Press pusher A to select year, month, date, hour, minute, second, and then exit setting mode.
  3. Press pusher B to adjust digit.
  4. Press and hold pusher B to adjust digit automatically.
  5. If no pushers are operated for 30 seconds, setting will be returned to Normal Time Display.





These are the three most common Fossils. If yours isn't here please let me know which model you have and I'll get you the instructions.
Hope this helps.

Dec 12, 2009 | Fossil Watches

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Is there a easier way to change the month dial on a fossil


When you pull out crown, there is two positions (clicks), not just one. First click is for day/date quick setting. Second click is for hand setting. Pull the crown out slowly and carefully and you will soon find out both positions.

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Mar 28, 2009 | Fossil CH2470 Watch

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Fossil ch 2470 watch. I have no idea what the extra little dials are for on the face and how to set them. Please help


The dials are part of a Chronograph (stop watch) I assume there is a second, minute, and maybe a date function. Usually the large second hand is part of the stop watch on only moves when you start the stopwatch (top right button) push again to stop and reset back too zero is the bottom button. Usually to set or zero out those dials pull out the crown to the first click (also sets date) then push the top button to set the seconds (big hand) and the bottom button to set the other. sometimes you may need to pull the crown out to the second click (also sets hour and minutes) to set add'l dials. This is generally how you set most chronograph watches the button you push and what moves may be different.

Dec 25, 2008 | Fossil CH2470 Watch

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