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The watch stopped working

My husband's brand new watch stopped running. Notably he hadn't wound it at all for the first 2 1/2 months that he had it. It slowly stopped keeping time, and now it stopped working all together. Is there anything he can do? We've wound it now, but it doesn't seem to have helped. Any suggestions? Thanks, Ande

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  • jemrocks Dec 02, 2007

    I bought a new Monil pocket watch for my father in Florence - it just stopped working a month later (maybe he over-wound it - if that is possible)...any help out there? Thanks;)

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The Tag Heur repair center says an automatic watch must go through an "initiation" process. They recommend winding manually 40 revolution of the crown clockwise. You must wear an automatic watch at least eight hours per day. Repat the initiation if the watch is not worn for 20 hours or so.

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Did you find a solution Ande?

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