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Get the manual, Google it and you should be able to download the .pdf file.

Express Mens... | Answered on May 14, 2016


if the watch as not been worn for a long time it's best to wind it by hand first to get it started, just make sure the winder is pushed all the way in and then just keep winding it clockwise till it start going..

Express Mens... | Answered on Feb 15, 2014


You have to wind the watch manually after you buy it. there should be a little knob at about 3 o'clock. Turn it clockwise about 40 times. Make sure you wear it enough (8 hours a day) or else you have to wind it every day like this

Express Mens... | Answered on Feb 15, 2014


You need to pair to phone to be used.

Watches | Answered Yesterday


Not enough info here to make a decision but most obvious answer is a battery if its a quartz watch

Watches | Answered 2 days ago


Yes! Can you can search the correct brand and model - Ebay is cheap and the best.

Watches | Answered 3 days ago


Thank you, coffee_addct!!!!

Watches | Answered on Sep 16, 2019


  • Defective "new" batteries
  • Incorrect installation

Watches | Answered on Sep 15, 2019


The battery life for that model is about 2 years.
Take it to a store to replace the battery; it needs battery number SR920SW

Watches | Answered on Sep 02, 2019


okay.. please wait..

what exactly the model# of the watch..

thanks

micro

Watches | Answered on Aug 31, 2019


Google (itech)(03685)(manual) without parens OR contact Itech directly.

Watches | Answered on Aug 26, 2019


Google (zooyork)(54426)(manual) without parens for instructions.

Watches | Answered on Aug 25, 2019


There is a very good chance that the pendulum regulator wheel and rocker assembly is out of adjustment or has a bent tooth or finger that is jamming the movement.
The adjustment of this is extremely sensitive and so a slight misalignment will at some point show up when the causes of the misalignment rotate to align once again, which is why it is a periodic fault.
Despite it being a very sensitive area and in need of a light hand to remedy, for anyone experienced in working on this kind of movement, it would be a simple and speedy repair.
Unless you have experience of working with such movements, I would recommend leaving it alone and seeking help from a professional, because of the risk of making it worse rather than better, so making it more difficult to repair in the long run.
I have a 1840 Mauthe wall clock that had that exact fault, and once it was properly aligned, it has kept excellent time for the last seven years so be gentle with it.

Watches | Answered on Aug 21, 2019


Tip & How-To about Watches
Changing Watch Batteries
Lots of posters ask "what is the battery in my (name of watch)" with a view to changing it yourself. This is a bad idea for many reasons. You don't have the tools or knowledge to remove a rotary screw on back, or the gasket sealant for a waterproof watch. Some fashion watches have 4 traditional screw and need professional grade jeweler screwdrivers. Also, there are about 20 batteries commonly used in watches, in various sizes and internal technology, Lithium Ion, Silver Oxide and Manganese Alkaline. If you buy them, you generally have to buy 10!

Don't sweat the details. Just take the watch to your local jeweler. They have all the batteries at hand and the tools to remove the back. It is done whilst you wait for $8 to $15!


Changing Watch Batteries

Watches | Answered on Aug 20, 2019

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