Solving the Most Common Watch Issues
A timepiece is an important staple of a wardrobe. If your watch breaks, it makes it difficult to keep track of the time and accessorize your outfit. Use this guide for help solving some of the most common watch issues:
A Dead Battery
If your watch stops functioning, there is a good chance that the battery has died. The average watch battery lasts about 2 years before it needs to be replaced. Try to change the battery to see if that brings your timepiece back to life. If it does not help, you might have to bring the watch in for repair.
A Ticking Second Hand
Mechanical problems with a watch might affect the second hand. If your second hand moves back and forth in one area and the rest of the timepiece is not working, it might be a sign that you have a mechanical issue. Bring the watch in to a repair shop to find out the reason for the problem so you can find the best solution.
A Problem with the Electronic Circuitry
If your watch works perfectly until you put it on the wrist, it might be a sign that you have an issue with your electronic circuitry. When the watch is exposed to warmer temperatures, as it is when it is put on your wrist, it might instigate a defect in the electronic circuitry. If you have this problem with your watch, you should definitely bring it in for repair.
A Broken Spring
If the buttons on your watch do not return to their original location when you press them, you might have a broken spring. A watch repair company can replace the spring to prevent the need for further repairs.
Come to Fast-Fix Jewelry and Watch Repairs to find the solution to your watch troubles. If there is a fix for your problem, our timepiece experts will find it. Call (520) 696-0403 to talk to our Tucson Mall location or (520) 514-9292 to reach the Park Place store.