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Re: Some of the numbers on my relic pocket watch fell...
Unfortunately you will not be able to get the watch glass off without braking it. Watch glasses usually are friction set or glued into the watch bezel using special press or special glue. Both are of such a good quality, that it is allmost impossible to remove the glass without special equipment. You can try, of course, but it will be on your own risk. The best way is to find your nearest watch repair shop and ask for help. Do not forget to rate, please.
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<P>Thank you for cxontacting FixYa.</P><P>You can send back to Relic. I dont know how long you have had, as they do have a 12 yr warranty but you will have to see what restrictions they have on it.</P><P>You can find this info at:</P><P><A href="http://relicwatch.com/warranty.htm">http://relicwatch.com/warranty.htm</A></P><P>Best wishes. Jewel</P>
Problably not something you should tackle by yourself. I replace them and have experience. You would need to make measurements and order from a place that has inventory. Then you would need to remove case back and movement. Then you would push out the crystal from the inside. The new crystal needs to be installed with the proper "glue". This also needs to be ordered. I suggest you take it to a local watchmaker that knows how to do this. But, best of luck
I had to go to the Sears counter to fix mine. The sales person had to use TWEEZERS to pull the serrated knob up. He had to really work at it. Once it is pulled up you can twist the knob to set the time and then push the knob back down. What a stupid design.
I would not recommend you attempting to try this at home, because you can severly damage your watch, but if you must, you will find that on the back of your watch relatively near the crown is a dimpled, small metal piece. Take a tweezer and push it in LIGHTLY while pulling out the crown.