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I have a d&g watch which is not battery operated but i cant get it to work straight away i have to leave it for a while then it starts to work. Could you tell me why?

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Mcdevito75 here, There can be many reasons why your watch will not work. Needing it's regular serviveing, worn mechanism (tired), if the watch wsa stored in a drawer for a period of time. If you would like, click onto repair service directory at the bottom of this page then click watches, We are, RITE TIME BASICS, Here in the States, We"ll be glad to look at your watch for you, We"ll let you know what we find, before we do any work. The initail Exame of your watch is FREE. Reasonable charges for work done, depending on what we find we may be able to return your watch to it"s former running condition, shipping back to you after work is completed is FREE. Click on Repair Service Directory her at fixya, bottom of this page then watches (Left Side of your screen) then look for RITE TIME BASICS.

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