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I'm freshening up an older Seiko 6309-8679 I found in a drawer at home. I've got it disassembled and need to find a new crystal for it. Can anyone tell me what part number would be correct for a new crystal? I see many on e-Bay and they are all a confusing series of long part numbers. Also, the number dial/face on mine is loose and rotates around. Is it held on with adhesive or screws? I'm new to this and am very excited about trying to repair some old watches I found. Thanks for listening!!

 

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On the Jules Borel site White lists at 310T40ANSO or 310T48ANSO and Yellow 310T48ANG0 and they also sell a sub AT 310.

White=Stainless steel crystal ring
Yellow=gold filled crystal ring.
 

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Wow, thanks for the fast solution. I'll have this back together in no time. I still need to order some tools for the job. As I said before, this a new passion I've discovered. I'm sure I'll have more questions. Thanks again!
 
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