Question about Citizen Eco-Drive BL006056H Wrist Watch
How can I remove moisture condensation in crystal area of my eco drive? I would prefer not to disassemble as there are no reliable repair shops where I live? Any suggestions? I love this watch but it is getting hard to read the face.
If there is water in the watch, it's going to quit working sooner or later. If sooner, then the watch (at least the back) will have to be opened anyway. If later, then there will likely be some rust that could cause the watch to never work again.
In the meantime, I'd advise putting the watch near some dry heat -- like a radiant room heater, or maybe a hair dryer. Don't "burn it up" trying to dry out the water. You don't want the crystal to melt, etc.
Water in a watch is bad. The best solution would be to have it repaired now.
I hope this helps!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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