Question about Fossil AM3725 Wrist Watch
I don't know off hand, however if I had the watch I would remove the case back and see exactly what battery is in it. I would first test it with my instrument that would tell you if the battery is bad or not or is it the movement. If the new battery works then GREAT!. If a new battery does not solve the problem then the movement can have the gears "gummed up".
I have the equipment that can "spin" the gears and loosened them up with the addition of a little specail cleaning fluid. If that doesn't fix it. then there is always the option of replacing the movement. But this is your call on how much the watch cost you.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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