Question about Fossil Watches
You may have thought your battery was bad, when in reality the watch had a problem to began with. You also may have bought a dud battery. Have the battery tested, if good you either have a mechanical problem ( there is something stopping the gears from moving) or you have a electrical problem ( the curcit board or coil is shot). Fossil has a 11 year warranty on most of their watches, and even if you don't have your original reciept, I would get ahold of them and ask what they can do for you. Or you can take it to a watch repairman to repair but it will cost you.
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
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