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Citizen Blue Angels Watch...broken?



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It is a JR3090 titanium Blue Angels edition Skyhawk w/C651 movement...and I am in the US...if that helps. I tried to attach a pic...but couldn't.

It was second hand and I got it in a junk shop or $2! I didn't think it worked at first. Pulled battery out, reassembled, and viola...it worked! But only for about 6 months.

Nevertheless...any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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There is no simple (or at least cheap) fix here.

Given it only cost you $2 then I'd say your options are:

1) put it on ebay with the fault listed. You'll easily get your money back!!

2) send it to Citizen (there must be a service centre in the US) - I'd estimate a repair cost of $100-$130.

3) send it to a watch repairer. I can't see this being that cheap to fix, and I'd predict it will either cost as much as Citizen or the repairer won't be able to fix it.

4) have a go yourself - the risk here is that you knacker it completely.

It all depends on how much you like it ;-)

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