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My fossil watch jr9345, the dial is dull and has no affect, i change the battery but still can't set the dial to correct time. brought it to a watch guy but he say the dial is dull. What can i do to save this watch, its my favorite 1?.

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Reset, by checking the mode, select, set. if not contact manufacturer for assistant.

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