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Ladies Automatic Movement With date ,The watch will not wind wth the crown or by shaking the watch.Second hand never moves.

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It sounds as if your watch is in need of some TLC by a watch repairer. (I assume that it is not under warranty; if it is, go to Fossil.com and click on customer service in the menu at the bottom of the page).

Have you dropped it onto a hard surface?

If the watch is several years old, then cleaning might help.

I suggest you take it to a local watch repairer and ask him to look at it and advise you on what needs to be done.

Posted on May 24, 2011

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