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Watch problem The part the has the numbers on it seems to be rotating clockwise. The six is where the eight is.

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The rotating number is beneth the dome crystal, you CANNOT repair by yourself, you can send it to 47-50 33rd St.

Geneva watch group
Attn: Tsai

I will help you with this problem.

Thanks

Tsai

Posted on Dec 08, 2007

  • tsai Dec 08, 2007

    Sorry, the address should be 47-50 33rd ST.

    Long island City. Ny11101

    befor you send in please call 1-718 7298600X272. ask for Linda.

    Thanks

    Tsai

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