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DOSWNT WORK I HAVE A OLD WIND UP EDDIE BAUER WRIST WATCH,THE MAIN SPRING FEELS GOOD ,BUT IT WILL NOT RUN,DO YOU THINK IT IS WORTH REPAIRING,NUMBER ON BACK.IS V173

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Take it to a good jeweler. He will evalauate it for you. Most mechanical watches are very valuable, and expensive to buy!

Jerry G.

Posted on May 14, 2008

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My watch keeps slowing down


If your watch is an automatic watch and not a quartz(battery)then it needs to be worn 6-8 hours a day to maintain power in the main spring as its motion that winds the watch.
If you are wearing the watch and its slow then it may need a service if its 3 years old or more.All the lubrication drys out and the watch needs cleaning,re lubricating and testing.
For this work you will need a skilled watchmaker go to www.rolexrepairs.co.uk where a postal repair service is available.

Aug 17, 2010 | Cartier 21 Chronoscaph W10125U2 Wrist...

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HOW TO START YOUR AUTOMATIC WATCH


mcdevito75 here,The Automatic feature in your WATCH consists of a counter-weight attached to the MAIN SPRING by a gear that allows a SLOW but steady wind of your watch with the motion of your WRIST, ARM. Once, only in HIGH END watches, today almost all watch manufacturers have this feature in some of their models. Everyone who owns an AUTOMATIC watch knows, you can START your AUTOMATIC watch by WINDING THE STEM and you can continue to wind the stem with no end. This will at least START your AUTOMATIC watch and, this is true to some extent BUT, does this apply to my watch you ask?, Here"s how to tell if your AUTOMATIC watch will START with a few winds of the stem or not. ------- Very Simply, Hold your AUTOMATIC watch to your ear and wind the stem, if you hear a sound as though something is DRAGGING or the stem feels slightly stiff one way you wind the stem and you hear a clicking sound when you wind in the other direction, then you have the TYPE of AUTOMATIC watch that will start with a few winds of the stem, approx, 20 turns or winds. If on the other hand you hear nothing when you wind the stem and the stem feels very loose when turnning then you have the TYPE of AUTOMATIC watch that winds only with the motion of your wrist / arm, to start this type of AUTOMATIC watch, simply hold the watch in your hand and rock your watch back and forth, say from the 12 O"clock to the 6 O"clock, and or, Hold your watch securely in your hand a make circular motions with your hand, any movement to get your watches counter-balance to turn and thus wind your watch. Approx. 1 minute of this extra motion will start your AUTOMATIC watch, then simply wear your watch and your wrists / arm motion will keep it wound.

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Skips time


If it is not a feature built in to the watch to save power when it needs winding, I would say it has a bad gear wheel inside.
I would go here, join, and ask in the Rolex Forum,
http://www.watchuseek.com
These guys are really knowledgeable.

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I have an omega watch thats winding knob came off, now the spring is exposed and i cannot put it back on, how do i fix it?


Unfortunately you can not fix it yourself. If the spring came out, that means your winding knob (real name is CROWN) has been worned out and the friction fitting no longer can keep it in working order. AS THE CROWNS FOR ALL WATCHES ARE MADE BY MACHINES, NO WATCH REPAIRS CAN BE SUCCESSFULL. All you can do is to go to local OMEGA dealer shop and ask for replacement. Be prepaired to pay more than you think. OMEGA parts for replacemebt cost dearly.
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I have a watch that is supposed to wind itself by the movement of my wrist rocking around the wheel and it has stopped.


How old is the watch? If its an older automatic watch it might need to be cleaned! There are 2 types of auto wind watches. Springs or capacitor! If its a spring then take the watch off of your wrist and while holding it in your hand gently rock it back and forth. You should feel the weight moving around inside. If its a capacitor and doesnt start to run after you gently rock it in your hand then you need to take it to a watch repair business and see if they can replace the capacitor!

Good luck!

Jan 09, 2010 | Diesel DZ7044 Watch

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After winding, watch begins to loose time almost immediately and stops completely within several hours


A number of possible reasons. If it is old then needs a good cleaning and proper lubrication. If it ever got moisture inside then water could have cause some damage. If very old then mainspring could be getting tired and needs to be replaced. Also possible damage to the hairspring from various reasons. Sounds an expensive watch so take it to a good repair shiop

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Eddie bauer watch runs slow


This usually means the battery is dying. Usually the backs on these are very tight, and the back has to be taken off to replace the battery. You might be able to get the back off without damaging the watch, but you probably will not get it back on without breaking the crystal. Best thing to do is take it to a reputable watch repair place or jewelry shop and have them replace the battery for you. Before they begin, make sure they are willing to replace the crystal for free for you if they break it!

Aug 06, 2009 | Watches

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Get the back off my eddie bauer watch


when you look at the back are there three small rectangular indents evenly spaced on the edge on the back? If so you'll need a special tool for opening waterproof watches. the tool adjusts to fit the three indents then press down as you turn counterclockwise. you can find the tool on amazon.com or your local jewelry store. make sure the gasket is in place and not damaged before screwing the back on.

here is a link to the tool
http://www.amazon.com/Pavilion-Professional-Waterproof-Adjustments-Caseback/dp/B000K3SK0Y


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Submariner Winding Slips


crowbar040, you may have a problem with your mainspring click, which is supposed to keep the spring coiled as it winds. What might be happening is it is sticking and coming undone instead of winding. Or you could have a bad gear in your automatic.

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Eddie Bauer watch.


these watches are waterproof so the stem is screwed down to seal out water. Try turning the stem to unscrew it somewhat , then pull out the stem to set.

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