It's seems to happen on only a few stations, and not all the time. For example when my kids watch cartoons in the morning we know it will most likely cut out during a certain cartoon. Also it seems to cut out now and again on CTV. Some channels it doesn't happen at all. I'll be contacting RCA, when I called my cable server they thought it was the cable itself, but it's not.
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Dude check your A/V or HDMI cables or whatever you use. HDMI cables can be tricky. Make sure that the different shades of color are matched up exactly. Ex: make sure light blue isn't plugged into the dark blue slot. it may not appear as if it matters but trust me it does.
The list of problems is impressive and if you still have the proof of purchase, it should go back to Tissot for repair or replacement. It shouldn't matter where you bought it, so long as you can prove that it is within the warranty period.
(It sounds as though it has been dropped onto a hard surface)
If you haven't got any proof of purchase, then you will have to pay for any repairs.
Omega claim that your watch will run for 40 or more hours, so stopping overnight should not happen. I doubt if you need to be particularly active to wind up the watch, otherwise this would make the problem quite common. My one experience of owning an automatic did not raise this sort of problem.
Discuss your problem with your supplier and describe your use. As you correctly say, having to hand wind i defeats the point of buying an autoamtic. (It could be that you have been sold two duff watches, however unlikely this may seem, it could happen).
First of all I would call the radio station and let the know that there over modulating just a bit.this has happened to me a few times even on my tel/phone. I use to get WOKO on my amp. You can try and move the amp to diffrent location , reverce the polarty switch on the back , not much more you can do. But watch out when you here music comming from you toster your in big trouble, just kidding. Good luck DFD
this can be a weak signal check the connections on cables. also in hot weather you can get a build up of static electricity and it will need to be discharged, turn off tv at mains and cross the connector and the cables if you have a buster or other box connected to them turn off and do the same to them. use something metal but make sure there is no power to them.
Solved that problem by installing and over-the-air antenna and am in the process of firing my cable company. I will retain their internet service and go to a base package on satellite for the likes of my kids' favorite networks (Nick, Cartoon Net, Disney) and my Fox News Channel), but my programming options are already growing from 7 analog to 13 digital from off-air in recent months and another 2-5 different subchannels are likely in my market in the next 24-36 markets (for free). Why pay to watch commercials when they are free?
I wonder if someone (I usually blame my kids for that sort of thing) has dropped it and managed to get adjacent turns in the balance spring tangled.
Finding out means opening the watch up, examining, and if necessary fiddling with the most delicate part of the movement - there's plenty of potential to do further harm.
(The balance spring is hair spring that sits beside the little wheel that you'll see rocking back and forth to make the watch tick. It should be a neat, open, flat spiral).