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I thought the battery had died, but the jewelry assistant said "no, it's the watch, dead as a doornail." I didn't think JJ watches died. Is there a warranty? It's not a cheap watch, actually. B Belue

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JJ do have a warranty but I do not know how long you have had your watch. Its always best to send your watch back to original vendor, especially on a more expensive watch. Any other repair done by outside sources can and will null and void the manuf. warranty. I would HIGHLY suggest the link below: The price is very resonable for the s/h.
http://www.jjwatch.com/watchRepair.asp

good luck

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