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How do I get the back of my fossil watch back on?

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Sometimes you have to short a BIG TIC style tomake the display and the time work. Take it to a watchmaker or a fossil store they can reset it for you.

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Mcdevito75 here, Fossil, a nice watch, but the backs of the watch can be tricky, try this, Look for and Tabs, or indentations on the back cover that line up to any of the same in the caseing itself, also look to see if there is a cutout in the cover for the stem (winder) of the watch, if so line up that cutout in the cover with the stem (winder) once you have the cover lined up with the case, grooves, indentations line up, the cutout for the stem lined up, place your watch crystal up and back of the watch down on a sturdy suface, Table, counter top, NOW with very even slow pressure with the palm of your hand press down equally on the crystal, the cover should snap on. Don"t over due the pressure to close the watchm, just nice even down ward pressure with the plam of your hand, Of course try to use your fingers first.

Posted on Jul 28, 2010

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Can someone tell me he name and price of my Fossil watch please? Bracelet 6,418,706 B1 . CH- 2542


Hello, Shannon -

The image of the watch you posted just isn't clear enough to see the watch face.

First, you need to verify that the watch you have is an authentic Fossil watch and not a fake.
From:
https://www.leaf.tv/articles/how-to-tell-a-real-fossil-watch/
(Quote)
Look on the back of the Fossil's watch case. A real Fossil has a serial number engraved on the case. However; the presence of a number does not indicate the Fossil is real. Telephone Fossil Customer Care at 800-449-3056. Provide the customer care representative with the serial number. The representative will look up the serial number to see if the watch is authentic.
Take the watch to an authorized Fossil dealer or Fossil expert. Expert eyes are trained to detect the real from the fake.
(End quote)

I looked at many other images of Fossil watches here:
https://tinyurl.com/y8p4e4ry
Your watch MAY be the Riley style:
https://www.fossil.com/us/en/products/riley-multifunction-stainless-steel-watch-sku-es3202p.html
By providing the serial number on the back of the watch to the Fossil Customer Care department, you will receive a definitive answer.

You can also fill out the form here to send an email message:
https://www.fossil.com/us/en/customer-care/contact-us.html

Best wishes.



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On the back of the watch should also be a 6 digit code consisting of 2 letters and 4 numbers. For instance CH3000.
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I have a Fossil and a Nixon watch that have very similar backs. Usually when it has those grooves all the way around, the back just screws off. I know they make some special tools to twist it, but I had luck with gently using some needle nose plyers.

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You will need to contact Fossil since you sent it in to them. They will be able to help you out. Make sure you have documentation that proves you sent the watch in, or it will be difficult to get the watch back.

http://www.fossil.com/en_US/shop/customer_care/static/fossil-retExchanges.html

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