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How do I remove the crown / stem from a Pulsar kinetic watch

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SOURCE: how to remove the crown in 5M43 calibre kinetic

take the back off the watch...carefully look inside the watch for a small arrow, it will be pointing to a tiny dot pull out your crown as far as you can. use a small pin/tweezer, what ever will fit in that small hole push in the hole and at the same time, pull your crown out. it should pop right out!

hope this helped!

Posted on Jun 17, 2011

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No work quartz


This watch is kinetic, in that a moving rotor inside the watch powers a rechargeable battery that runs the quartz mechanism. You should not need to attempt to open the watch! It may be that the battery is flat (especially if it's not been worn for a while) - you can try swinging the watch back and forth to charge it (check online for charging instructions for Seiko or Pulsar kinetic watches). If that fails, take it to a reputable establishment for repair.

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My kenetic battery ( i think) operated watch ,N0, on the back plate-


First, does it say "Kinetic" on the face of the watch? If not, it is not a Seiko Kinetic. (You did not mention if it was a Kinetic or not.)

Second, the Serial number is not like any Seiko Kinetic I know, which is 2 4 digit numbers.

Third: The number you gave itself may indicate the type of button battery you need.

Good luck.

Mar 02, 2013 | Seiko Kinetic watch

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How to remove the crown in 5M43 calibre kinetic watch by seiko


take the back off the watch...carefully look inside the watch for a small arrow, it will be pointing to a tiny dot pull out your crown as far as you can. use a small pin/tweezer, what ever will fit in that small hole push in the hole and at the same time, pull your crown out. it should pop right out!

hope this helped!

Jun 16, 2011 | Seiko Kinetic watch

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I do not know how to wind up my watch, while a swing to a later no.Please answer me.Model hours a Seiko Kinetic 5M62-0B40.Thank you


This watch operates on a capacitor which is charged by movement. It does not wind, but it has a weight that charges the capacitor by motion.

Take the watch in hand by placing your fingers under the caseback and your thumb on the crystal. Use a horizontal motion (landscape) to move the watch back and forth quickly approximately one foot left and right. You should feel the internal weight move.

Do this for at least five minutes. If the watch does not start to operate (the second hand does not move at one second increments) then either the capacitor must be replaced, or the movement is defective.

You may send the watch directly to Seiko for service, or I would strongly suggest visiting your local Certified Master Horologist for what is usually a free assessment and estimate of the repair.

If you are following the above directions, you have done nothing wrong, but the movement or capacitor needs to be replaced.

If you have just purchased this watch and the instructions do not resolve your situation, I would promptly return it and exchange it, as the model may have been sitting for a while, and have a bad capacitor.

Feb 23, 2011 | Seiko Kinetic watch

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On my sports 50 it stops if it is off of my wrist for 14 hours . Also I dont know how to change the day sign to english


This is obviously unsatisfactory and I can understand your problem. Even spring driven automatic watches will run for 2 - 3 days when not worn.

Your watch can either be charged by use (i.e. wearing it) or by winding the crown wheel, although there seem to be a variety on kinetic watches and it is not clear if all of them can be wound by hand (mine can't but it goes to sleep after two days and can stay in this mode for 3 months and re-starts when it is worn!)

For a fully description of the kinetic operation go to http://www.seikowatches.com/technology/kinetic/kinetic_dd.html and there you will will see a choice of kinetic watches.

You can also access the instruction manual list to check out how your watch is intended to operate. Some watches indicate days in two languages (as yours appears to do) and you can select the correct day by pulling the crown wheel to the middle position where you generally change the date by rotating it forward and the day by turning it backward. When turning it backward, you should see and alternative day and you should stop at this position. The watch will continue with the same language after this.
If this does not work, then you should be able to find out the day sign after reading the instructions.

If your watch is new and after reading all the literature you still cannot sort out how to make your watch run for a longer period, then contact the maker who should be able to help.

Good luck!

Jan 02, 2011 | Seiko Kinetic watch

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My pulsar watch (maybe 7 years old)runs intermittently. It runs most of the time I wear it and stops when I take it off. I had it cleaned. Cleaning didn't seem to help much.


is it battery or automatic or kinetic. first have battery checked if this still does not solve prob ask repairer for movement exchange instead of service as this way you get a new engine...if its automatic a service should have worked as pulsr use seiko movements wich are very good if its kinetic it needs a new capasitor as these last about 5yrs before the need to replace or attempted recharge.

Mar 23, 2010 | Watches

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Crown will not push back in completely, it stays out in the first pull position


Sounds like the setting lever has disengaged from the stem detent. If you can remove the back off the case you may be able to reengage it. Look for either a small silver coloured pin or screw adjacent to the winding stem. If it's a pin use a sharpened match stick or similar and depress while pressing crown back in. If it's a screw - back the screw off about 1 1/2 to 2 turns, press crown back in and tighten screw again. Check operation of winder in all positions before replacing case back.

Jul 30, 2009 | Seiko Kinetic watch

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After replacing the capacitor in my 5J32-OAPO the


It is possible that the second hand is touching the crystal. However, this probably would have only happened if for some reason you remove the movement from the case and in putting it back in it now touches the crystal. If this is not the case, then I am assuming that you have pushed the crown all the way in. Please let me know if any of this works for you. I don't know of any reason that replacing the capacitor would only affect the second hand.

Jul 03, 2009 | Seiko Arctura Kinetic Autorelay #SNG067...

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I have not worn my SEIKO kinetic wrist watch for a


Here is the information from the website. The link to the manual is provided below. HOW TO CHARGE AND START THE WATCH Swing the watch from side to side approximately 50 times. * Before swinging the watch, check and remember where the minute hand is so that you can tell if the start-up indicator has worked or not. First, check that the crown is at the normal position. * If the crown is pulled out and the watch is swung, the start-up indicator will not work even if the watch starts operating. * Swing rhythmically at a rate of twice a second. * No additional benefit is obtained by swinging the watch more quickly or with greater vigor. * When the watch is swung, the oscillating weight in the generating system rotates to drive the mechanism. As it rotates, it gives out a sound, which is not a malfunction. 1 2 The minute hand moves quickly and stops as the watch starts operating. (Start-up indicator) Then, it will move at 20-second intervals. 3 After checking that the minute hand has done this, pull out the crown to set the time. 4 After pushing back the crown in to the normal position, swing the watch further approximately 350 times to reserve one day of power, and then, put the watch on your wrist. http://www.seikowatches.com/support/ib/pdf/1m20_e.pdf Good luck, Techjoel

Jun 05, 2009 | Seiko Kinetic watch

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