Question about Tissot T-Touch T33759851
Is there a way to put the stem back on?
Most likely, the watch needs to be taken to a watchmaker. Your local chain jewelry store will either have a local watchmaker or someone nearby contracted to perform service on watches. Unless the stem is somehow married to the movement in manufacture, replacing/repairing the stem should be an inexpensive fix.
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