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You have selected a wonderful watch... Heuer and TAG/Heuer should be gently wound by the motion of the human wrist and the falling of a centrally pivoting weight (there is no ideal direction).
AUTO-WIND function is NOT at all unique to your watch...
After a couple of CHEAPER "winders" failed me... and after I figured about 4 watches was more than enough to keep wound... I found the greatest BASIC watch winder... to run year over year (efficiently and quietly)
MTE watch winder (their very basic WTS-4).
Good luck: I WILL try to include the URL (see page 6)
Better get it dried up and serviced asap, as the moisture might have got into the movement. You dont want rust to be your next problem. But, some screw some dont....most people bring in the crown in one hand and the timepeice in the other-broken. If I'm thinking of the right watch, there is a release point inside the case that releases the stem.
The watch should last 36 hours from fully wound. If your wearing the watch and using a watch winder and its still stopping, you have a problem with the mechanism. Get it serviced. (its probably just a clean and oil req'd)
Open the watch and lay it on the table dial down and winder facing you. Get the hard steel needle and push down the small metal piece next to the to the place where the stem is entering the movement (on the left side). Pull out the stem while holding that piece down. If thhat piece looks like screw cap (with the groove), then you have to unscrew it in order to get the stem out. Do not forget to rate, please.