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mcdevito75 here, There can be many, many reasons why a watch stops ticking, Have you wound the watch?? is the watch a Quartz?? when did you have it cleaned and oiled last?? how old is the watch??. You can try this, Reset the time on your watch, at times, pulling out the stem and moveing the hands will get a watch to start ticking again, primarily in older watches. If it"s a Quartz watch the battery may be dead. I do some work on watches and I'll be glad to look at the watch for you. Contact me at mcdevito@netzero.com for details.

Swiss Army... | Answered on Sep 08, 2018


Yeah, that's probably a battery that's about had it. eD

Swiss Army... | Answered on Sep 23, 2012


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I don't know how they differ but there is a list of auriol watches here, although none match your specifics, but might be worth checking out.

Swiss Army... | Answered on Aug 27, 2012


the Swiss Army watches I have dealt with have all required a Rolex back wrench, it costs in excess of $100.00, they most charge $7.50 to replace the battery and that includes the battery.

Swiss Army... | Answered on Feb 13, 2011


good day,
hope this link below will solve your problem.

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Swiss Army... | Answered on Jul 30, 2010


Link

Hi,

Maybe you can try above link to contact Swiss Wenger for the repair of your watch. It's best to send your valuable watch to its Authorized Dealer for repair.

Thank you.

Swiss Army... | Answered on Jul 29, 2010


mcdevito75 here, If yuor watch is in working order, or even if it"s not, due to over wound or storage, I may be able to retore your watch to it's former running condition. I am the RITE TIME BASICS in the repair service directory here at fixya, bottom of the page click on repair service directory then Watches. I can also put you in contact with the person I use for total watch restoreations, at great rates.

Swiss Army... | Answered on Jul 11, 2010


Try this or some variation as it worked with my new Wenger Chronograph.
Pull the crown out to the first position (for changing the date) and press the top button - one of the hands - either the big second hand, the little minute hand, or the little tenth of seconds hand - should move one notch. Keep pressing until it reaches the desired position. Now press the bottom button, same process. Pull the crown all the way out and press the top button, same process. Then if that still hasn't solved it, crown all the way out and press the bottom button. Each position should correspond to a hand, and each press should move it one notch. When settled, push the crown all the way in and operate it normally.
Be careful not to press buttons when changing the date or time, and don't bang or shake the watch too hard while using the chrono. Also, don't play with the buttons or press them one after the other too quickly.

Swiss Army... | Answered on Nov 25, 2009


this has a simple round crystal in it that any reputable jeweler should be able to replace...shouldnt be very expensive either, if in doubt on price you should 'shop' it around until you get a price you can work with...good luck :)

Swiss Army... | Answered on Nov 18, 2009


If your watch is brand new, then the best course of action is to return it to where you purchased it. A modern quartz watch (even the really cheap ones) should not lose time at that rate. You paid good money and got a substandard watch - take it back.

Swiss Army... | Answered on Sep 06, 2017

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