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Time / date adjuster on my Seiko SNAA63 falls out

When I change the time or date on my Seiko SNAA63 (analogue Cal. 7T62) I can only wind it forward turning the adjuster clockwise. If I try and turn it back the hands/date stops and eventually the adjuster falls out.

Is this a common design fault or am I just being to strong handed? I have had it fixed once before, but the second time I tried to adjust the time it fell out again.

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  • robfenge Jun 23, 2009

    Thanks for the reply, 


    I will be sending it to the menders again.

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Sounds like the mechanism that hold the adjuster in is damaged, im afraid you'll have to get it fixed again

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

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