Make sure the dial that is used to set your watch is snug against the frame of the watch. Sometimes when people reset the time on their watches they don't push the dial all the way back in which will cause it to stop. If it is an intermitten problem it may be close but not all the way in. Some watches continue to run when they are being set; whereas, some stop when the dial is pulled to reset them.
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I am pretty 100 percent sure that Michele CSX 36 diamonds only comes with a swiss quartz movement not an automatic movement. So the problem seems to be that the battery is dying and need to be replaced. Stopping and going is usually a sign of a battery dying in a swiss quartz movement. So it should be nothing major and just a battery.
mcdevito75 here, Sounds like your Rolex needs a reular serviceing, Check with the Repair Service Directory here at fixya, bottom of this page click on Reapir Service Directory, then watches, choose a repair service that specializes in Rolex watches.
DO AMASTER RESET TO YOUR WATCH!PULL FULL OUT THE STEM(CROWN)THEN TURN THE HANDS TO THE RIGHT TIME THEN RESET THE CHRONOGRAPH AND THE ALARM WITH THE TWO BUTTONS(SEE YOUR MANUAL.IF YOU HAVENT TRY TO DOWNLOAD IT FROM ANY SITE OF SEIKO SUPPORT).THEN PUT THE CROWN IN.IF THE PROBLEM REMAINS THE ONLY SOLUTION IS THE SIKO SERVICE!THEY ARE NOT EXPENSIVE AND MAKE GOOD WORK!DONT GIVE THE WATCES EVEN FOR THE BATTERY TO THE MONKEYMAGICIANSGURU JEWELERS THEY ARE WATCH RUINERS!
If this watch works while on your arm but not when it sits it is probably caused by the oils in the movement drying out. The warmth from your body heats them and allows them to become semi liquid again which in turn allows the watch to run. When the watch cools the oils become too thick and stop the watch.
A cleaning and service can correct this problem.
Hope this helps.
Ken Kotoski Yellowstone Watch Inc. www.yellowstonewatch.com
let's call the top stopwatch button "a" and the bottom stopwatch button "b." eg, for normal stop watch function press "a" to start timing, press "a" to stop timing, and press "b" to reset.
to reset: press button "a" and "b" simultaneously and release (an easy way to do this is press and hold down "b" then press "a" and release both). this will send both hands spinning. next press "a" intermittently until the second-hand is back to it's desired reset location. then, likewise, press "b" intermittently until the minute hand is zeroed. now with both hands at the correct reset location, again press and release "a" and "b" simultaneously to save these resets and return the watch to normal function mode.
The shaking is not the best way to restart the automatic watch as it puts slight strain on watch balance wheel and hairspring (most delicate part in watch). As watch balance wheel is positioned paralel(leveled) to watch dial, you have to spin your watch back and forth a few times quite quickly. (Imagine you are turning steering wheel in your car- thats the right motion). Before doing that wind up your watch a few times manually. Right after doing that observe the seconds hand and if it is ticking just a little bit or ticking back and forth and then stops- your watch has jammed gear train and this is the reason why it stops. If you don't have seconds hand- after shaking your watch listen for ticking and again- if it stops after short run, the gear train is to blame. In this case you will need watchmakers help as special skills and tools are needed to sort this out. Do not forget to rate, please.