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Moisture Inside Watch Face


take the back off and place it on inside of the house windowsill, this hot, sunny dry environment will speed the drying process, it may take a few days.

Apr 29, 2014 | Garmin Forerunner 610: Sport Watches

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Watch moisture


open the watch and clean off the moisture take off the battery clean off moisture with microfibre cloth moisture shorted out the battery temporarily just clean the circuit board AT YOUR OWN RISK and will get the job done

Apr 05, 2014 | Watches

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Watch has film inside the glass. Also, the finish has began to decay in appearance.


The film is from moisture getting into your watch. Moisture can get in one of 3 ways generally. The crystal if cracked, the crown, or the back. In your case since you have buttons for the mulch-functions of the watch you add a possible place for moisture to enter. Take the watch to a watchmaker or watch repair person. Your watch has to be taken out of the case and the case needs to be cleaned. Next the watch tec. may be able to see just where the seals failed and replace them. We of course do this. Also if the gasket is old or out of shape this is a culprit as well.
Hope this helps, gabe

Aug 28, 2013 | Field and Stream F25SLUMI Wrist Watch

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How to get moisture out of a watch


Ive heard people say many times to put cell phones in a bowl of dry white rice to remove moisture from them,so Im sure it would work for a watch as well. Just make sure to leave the watch in the rice over night,and make sure to have none of the watch showing in the rice---it will need to pull moisture from within the tiny parts.

Feb 09, 2012 | Kenneth Cole Watches

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My crystal cracked a couple of months ago and i got it replaced. tonight i noticed that my watch has moisture inside the crystal. what should i do immediately to ensure the watch continues to work. ...


the crystal is not properly attached it may have tiny opening where moisture goes inside. you have to bring it to watch service center immediately to avoid much bigger problem. i hope i had been helped you.

Sep 05, 2011 | Ebel Watches

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How much should it cost to change the battery in my Tag Heuer Aquaracer waterproof watch?


That depends on where you are and on if a professional watchmaker is doing it (so the job is done right) or if you are taking it to a watch breaker at the mall or local jeweler.

A watchmaker will not only change the battery but will make sure the watch is resealed again which could require new gaskets. A watch breaker doesn't care about such things and will charge almost nothing but your watch will not be guaranteed to be water resistant from one of those people.

Water resistance is important. Everyone perspires and that moisture will get inside a watch if it is not sealed. It may not seem like a lot of moisture to you but honestly, the parts inside a watch cannot stand moisture. They corrode and rust within a few days even with the smallest amount of moisture. Once rust starts it cannot be stopped by drying the watch out. The parts with rust damage normally have to be replaced.

Now on a $10 watch no one will care about water resistance or for that matter replacing the battery most times. But on an expensive watch such as yours this is important because having to replace the parts of the movement is expensive and so you can expect to pay more for a professional battery change.

Hope this helps,

Ken
Yellowstone Watch, Inc
www.yellowstonewatch.com

May 20, 2010 | Watches

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Condensation has just developed on the inside of my watch face, How can i get rid of it (It is a Giorgio Armani)


It is sometimes possible to get rid of moisture by putting the watch in a warm place and leaving it there overnight.

If this has not effect, then the watch needs to be opened to dry it out.

As moisture has entered the watch, then it would appear that the seal in the back or the winder is no longer effective and it may need replacing.

Feb 10, 2010 | Watches

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How to replace watch batteries on a seiko quartz watch


Replacing batteries is best left to the professionals. Most watches are sealed against moisture and an incorrectly fitted back may result in moisture getting in.

It is always best to go to a watch shop that sells the make of watch you have, since special tools may be required. If your watch is expensive, then you are taking a risk that you may do something wrong.

Jan 29, 2010 | Watches

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Moisture under lense


Moisture can sometimes be removed by putting your watch in a warm place and leaving there for a day or so.

If it persists, then it may be necessary to remove the back of the watch. This is usually best left to a jeweler, especially if it is a waterproof type, as the seals can be difficult to re-fit. If your watch is still under warranty, then you may invalidate the warranty if you try any self repairs.

Jan 12, 2010 | Watches

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Moisture in the face plate


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.
Don't forget to rate, please.

Jan 04, 2009 | Relic Multifunction Watch

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