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Old 03-18-2016, 01:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Part number for Citizen 0610 stem

Hi:

I have a Citizen watch, 0610-H03299 Promaster.

I would like to order a replacement stem and possibly a crown.

Can someone tell me the correct stem and crown part number
and a good source?

I ordered what I thought was the right stem from Esslinger, but
it was too long...and I glued the crown to the stem! :-(

Appreciate any help/suggestions.

---Dave
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Old 03-18-2016, 02:17 PM   #2 (permalink)
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What did you "glue" it with?
Most just need a bit of heat to release. Then you can shorten it.
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I used "Loctite 603" to 'glue' it.

When you say "heat" are you talking hair dryer (vs. torch)?

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Actually, I was able to remove the crown. I discovered it isn't just the length of the stem that is wrong, the whole stem is wrong.

So I go back to that I need to know the proper stem number to order for a Citizen 0610-H03299 Promaster.

Part number and source would be GREATLY appreciated.
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According to

http://boley.de/en/caliber/watch-movements/citizen/2498

It's 065-441

Double check it's long enough. I've made mistakes before and bought short versions and had to re buy.
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I think this backs up Roberto's number http://boley.de/en/case-parts/citize...?search=h03299
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Rob3rto and 7s26b.

I thank you both very much. I actually found Roberto's referenced site, and was VERY excited and proud of myself. I then ordered the 065-441 from Essenger and found out it wasn't right! That one is not the same as the broken one I have; the dimensions along the stem don't match/line-up. They are both almost exactly the same length but the thread length, and the other lengths are not the same.

When I opened up the watch, the mechanism is stamped 0610a. I'm wondering if the 'a' at the end would indicate a different stem type. When I tried "0610a" on the boley site it didn't return anything.

Any other thoughts/suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated!

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Pikchers are gonna be needed.
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