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I need instructions for my Stuart watch

I bought this watch from Stuart several years ago but misplaced the instructions. It is an automatic wind with 4 dials on the front, day, month date of month and one that has 5ATM with the moon cycle. On the rear are the numbers 11575 plus 5ATM.
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Richard Habicht
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The link for the instructions guide :-


http://www.bulova.com/service/instructions.aspx


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Yes sir go here and download it.Not sure if its the right watch?contact support or call.RICHARDM69

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Go to this site:

www.bulova.com/dynamic_repository/instructions/570.pdf

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