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Even much older watches that display day and date don't require you to change yourself manually so I can't imagine this would be the case.
If the time part is working okay, bring to the jewellery store, they may have someone there to examine the mechanism. If time not working either, you probably need to wind it or change the battery

Casio Watches | Answered 3 hours ago


Manual doesn't help. I changed the battery but the watch is still not powering up.

La Crosse XG-55... | Answered 10 hours ago


Go through the user Manuel and see the instruction and see how to replace the battery :
No we don't touch with a metal there is no need to do that :

http://www.lacrossetechnology.com/xg55/manual.pdf

La Crosse XG-55... | Answered 10 hours ago


Take it to a local jeweler and they have a special tool.

Watches | Answered 20 hours ago


Synch it with the computer.

Google

make model set up

The Watches | Answered Yesterday


i think you already answered your own question

Tag Heuer... | Answered Yesterday


You should specify the width of the strap or bracelet in mm and look for it in Amazon or any retail store
http://www.amazon.com/Silicone-Soft-Rubber-Watch-Band/dp/B00DU3EX70
A good rubber strap might cost between 10 and 20 USD

Puma Watches | Answered Yesterday


i have a citizen eco that i had stored away for too long, the battery was completely dead so i purchased a new one and fixed myself i did take it into a couple of jewellers who wanted to charge me over £100. it wan't too difficult to do.

Citizen Watches | Answered 2 days ago


Take your Anne Klein watch to a jeweler who will open it, identify the battery type, and perhaps install a replacement.

Anne Klein... | Answered 3 days ago


For a quality watch like that I would recommend using a specialist watch repairer as they can reseal the watch to be water tight after the battery is replaced.
Could you possibly comment below with a photo of the back of the watch?
There are three main types of watch back plate. Push fit, screw down and screw on.
Push fit is usually a smooth back cover with No notches or grooves. These can be gently levered off to replace the battery then pushed down to 'click' back into place. Some have a slight notch on the body or back plate to make removal easier.
Screw down back plates have dimples or notches at regular places around the edge. This is to allow grip to unscrew the whole back plate. Some versions need a specialist tool to unscrew them.
Screw on plates use four tiny screws to hold the back plate down. These are more commonly used on 'Sports' or digital watches.

Yves Camani... | Answered 3 days ago

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