I have a Heuer Carrera Re-Edition CS3113. It’s a manual wind chronograph with a Lemania 1873 movement. I’ve had it since March and wear it a few times a week. Today I went to wind it and it hasn’t moved. not exactly sure what the problem is but i know it’s beyond any quick fixes I can do. What is the best way to get this thing fixed? Take it to a local repair shop(I live in San Antonio, Texas) or send it into TAG? EDIT: So I found out what happened. I left my watch on the kitchen counter and my wife accidentally dropped it while cleaning the kitchen. I took it to “Matter Of Time” in San Antonio this morning and the watchmaker, Armando, opened it up. Turns out there was really tiny piece inside that came off and wedged itself somewhere causing the watch to stop ticking. He took it out and the watch is ticking again normally and told me to Monitor the accuracy. Now the problem is that piece is from the chronograph. The chrono works but it doesn’t stop, it’ll only reset. So that piece the came off is probably from the button that stops the chrono. The movement itself is fine though, which was my main concern, but he does recommend a service because the oil is looking dry and doesn’t look like it was ever serviced since there aren’t markings inside the caseback, which watchmakers usually mark inside when they service it. He can do a full service ~$650. He does seem like he knows what he’s doing. Went to Paris Junior College for watchmaking and repairs both clocks and watches. It sounds reasonable and I would think that’s a fair price for a manual chrono, but I’ll be honest I don’t know what I should be looking for in a watchmaker aside from Yelp Reviews.