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Old 10-07-2019, 06:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So how badly damaged is my movement? I depressed the button and removed the crown so I could remove the movement from the case. I have done this countless times on numerous watches, including this one the other day, no problem. This time the button seems to have stayed depressed and the crown just slips in and out.

Please tell me it's salvageable and a relatively affordable fix.

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Do not despair. Try taking a thin poker and wiggle it back and forth in the stem hole.


If it has to go to a jeweller it is fast and would be cheap to fix.
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The pin pressed is the setting lever with axle, Item A (383615). It has jumped ship with the setting lever spring, Item B (388615).

I would suggest a good watchsmith or tinkerer disassemble from the dial side and reset the parts.

The yoke clutch lever, Item C (384615) may also be hindering somewhere.

I have had this happen a few times and now when releasing the stem I press the setting lever very gently while pulling the crown. DONT press it all the way in.

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The pin pressed is the setting lever with axle, Item A (383615). It has jumped ship with the setting lever spring, Item B (388615).

I would suggest a good watchsmith or tinkerer disassemble from the dial side and reset the parts.

The yoke clutch lever, Item C (384615) may also be hindering somewhere.

I have had this happen a few times and now when releasing the stem I press the setting lever very gently while pulling the crown. DONT press it all the way in.

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Agreed, most likely that's what has happened. I've had it happen as well. It seems to happen to me when ive forgotten to push the stem in before pressing the release.

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OK, thanks for the input. I was planning on having it serviced soon anyway. Just glad to know it's not that uncommon.

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