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Moisture in the face plate

There is some moisture under the face plate of my relic zr66001 watch. Is there any way that I can take care of it myself or do I have to take it to a jeweler?

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You HAVE to bring your watch to watch repair shop as the moisture in watch can dissapear for an eye, but it will still there and can affect your watch to function properly.
Do not try to dry out watch yourself as the temperature changes can affect the watch as well.
Find your nearest watch repair shop as quick as you can because that moisture is shortening your watch life very quickly.
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Moisture is never a good thing in any watch as detrimental corrosion is sure to follow. First of all it must have got in there from a bad case back seal or a bad stem seal or maybe a crack in your crystal. So the watch needs to be taken apart and it should be cleaned and properly lubricated. During this process it should be examined for any corrosion and any moisture removed. Then it will need to be resealed with new O-rings and tested for any leaks. Find a reputable shop to do this for you. Best of Luck.

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