|07-13-2018, 05:12 PM||#1 (permalink)|
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5M62 power indicator question
First time post:
I have a new (to me) acquisition of a Seiko Kinetic diver with the 5M62 movement. The power indicator (PI) button is either partially or completely stuck. The watch may also need to have the battery/capacitor replaced.
My question is this: the power indicator button actually has a knurled ring on it. What is the purpose of the knurled ring? I was under the impression that the PI button is NOT locked down by the knurled ring, which doesn't appear to be able to move.
Am I mistaken and the knurled ring locks down the PI button? Or is the knurled ring for some other purpose?
Thanks in advance.
|5m62, kinetic, seiko|
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