Question about Watches
The number's on the back are 110408. 7123-823h. Following in a box are g2.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is a little tricky, I think this has a screw on back. It takes a two or better a three prong tool to remove back. A new seal shoud be on hand to replace this. Watch should have a consumption test and a min run voltage test, if either of these fail a new circuit board or movement should be installed. Take it to a good watchmaker and they will clean the outside before opening and do a water resistance test after assembly.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
Try to download catalog from
http://pmclocks.com/Acrobat/Factory%20Service%20Parts.pdf (6mb) and go to page 86 of the document. Parts for S.Haller w993 quartz are available from this company. http://pmclocks.com/pmpage1.htm
good luck with project.
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
I feel sure that Seiko will have a copy of the instructions in their archive, so if you contact them they should be able to send you a copy.
(Either that or advise you which watch has similar instructions).
Posted on May 31, 2010
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