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Fossil Watch Repair,crystal replacement Fossil TM7221

Please suggest watch repair services, Houston, Tx.

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How long is my warranty

YOUR WATCH WARRANTY Your FOSSIL brand watch is warrantied by Fossil for a period of 11 years from the date of purchase
under the terms and conditions of this warranty. The Fossil warranty covers material and
manufacturing defects.
During the warranty period, the watch movement, hands and dial are the only components covered
under this warranty. These will be repaired or the watch will be replaced, at the sole discretion of
Metro Service Center, free of repair charges, if it proves to be defective in material or workmanship
under normal use. An $8.50 return shipping and handling fee will apply to all warranty service.
If the problem you are having with your watch is not covered by our warranty, or if your warranty has
expired, the service and repair charges are as follows:
• $45.00 for the repair of all components not covered under warranty; this includes the return shipping
and handling fee.
• $18.50 for battery replacement; this includes return shipping and handling fee (excluding Wrist Net
The Manufacturer's Warranty Does Not Cover:
• Battery, case, crystal, strap or bracelet.
• Damage resulting from improper handling, lack of care, accidents, or normal wear and tear.
• Water damage unless marked water-resistant.
• Repairs if the watch was not originally purchased from an authorized Fossil retailer.
• This warranty is void if the watch has been damaged by accident, negligence, unauthorized service,
or other factors not due to defects in material or workmanship.
Should service be required, please send your watch, a copy of your sales receipt, a completed Watch
Repair Form (click here to download form), and payment to:

May 25, 2015 | Fossil Watches

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Here is a link to the fossil website's policies on repair.

If your watch is not in warranty you may have to pay for the repair. Send your watch to fossil at the address listed on their website and follow their guidelines by including a description of the problem and other necessary information.

For a solution that may be faster, you could try taking the watch to a local jeweler to see they can repair it. This is unlikely though, because the may not have the crystal to repair it.That is worth a try though. At the very worst, you will have to send the watch to fossil for a repair.

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Where can i get a replacement strap for the YA101301

You can send your watch to any of the locations below, or if there's a Gucci store near you, you can bring it in and they may be able to order it for you.

RLH Service Center
4 A Elmer St
Madison, NJ 07940
tel 973.360.0907

Glezer Kraus
6677 N. Lincoln Ave
Lincolnwood, IL 60712
tel 847.673.8050

5444 Westheimer STE 1550
Houston TX 77056
tel 713.965.9209

CA (southern), NV, AZ, UT:
West Coast Watch
2566 Overland Ave
Suite 680
Los Angles CA 90064
tel 310.202.1111
tel 310.202.2313

CA (northern), OR
Robert Guenther Service
210 Post Street #802
San Francisco, CA 94108
tel 415.433.2874

The Watchworks
603 Stewart Street, Suite 915
Seattle, WA 98101
tel 206.682.7467

Please enclose a detailed repair request, your contact information, and original sales slip*. We recommend that you package the item securely and ship it via insured mail. Please allow 2-4 weeks for a repair assessment. Detailed repair information and repair charge estimate will be sent to you once the assessment has been completed.

*For timepiece repairs, please also include your limited timepiece warranty card. Please refer to our timepiece warranty.

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The hands have come off my fossil FS3087 wrist watch. I would like to know how to take off the glass in order to fix it myself. Thank you

mcdevito75 here, In most cases the glass (crystal) come off or out thru the back of the watch which means you"ll have to remove the quartz mechanism, and that means removeing the stem, thse quartz stems are very prone to breaking while being removed form the quatrz mechanism and the cost of a repair may be more expensive then a whole new watch, shop around get a price from a small watch repair shop on repair verses a new Fossil watch.

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I need a new crystal for this watch.

mcdevito75 here, Best Bet, look for a small watch repair shop in your arae, chances are they"ll have to order from Fossil.

Aug 10, 2010 | Fossil AM3695 Wrist Watch for Men

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My Fossil Blue AM-3662 wristwatch requires repair.

You do not need to send your watch to FOSSIL for repairs. Just find your nearest watch repair shop and ask watchmaker to replace the coil. It will save money as well.

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Diamonds are falling out

If this is a Fossil then you need to make sure that the watch is not exposed to a lot of moisture or extreme temperatures or gets banged around too much. Fossil doesnt cover cosmetic damage under their warranty but you can send this to them for repair. If you still have the stones that have fallen out you can have them put back on by a repair shop or you can use a 2 part epoxy and attach them yourself.

Metro Service Center
10615 Sanden Drive
Dallas, TX 75238
Note: This address is for mail-in only.

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Any FOSSIL watches service centers in India ?


Metro Service Center
10615 Sanden Drive
Dallas, TX 75238
Note: This address is for mail-in only.

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I have a Fossil JR8103 woman watch with leather strap and the face of watch is held on by two silver dots. I can't figure out how to get the face off so I can change the battery. Help!

DONT try to change a watch battery yourself unless you have crystal press to close it and thats if the case back pops off...if it screws on then you need a case wrench to open and close it! Better to seek out a local watch repair business and avoid Walmart! :-P They arent trained to repair watches...Ive fixed a lot of their mistakes!

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