Question about Watches
This depends on what exactly is causing the problem. If the bezel is bent from a sharp blow it would have to be replaced. It could be there is dirt under the bezel. To clean this there are two possibilities. If your bezel has screws around the outer edge they will need to be loosened or unscrewed to remove the bezel. These are small screws so be careful you don't loose them. The bezel should then lift off. Clean it with mild soap and water and dry it well. Be careful of the bezel spring. it is easy to break the little fingers. Wipe off any dirt on the case and set the bezel spring and bezel back on the case. Use Red locktite on the screws and reinstall them. If you have markers on the bezel that come off when you remove the screws be sure you keep track of them and the screws that went with them.
If your bezel does not have screws but fake ones then the bezel should be removed by a qualified watchmaker because the bezel could be bent or damaged when removed.
Hope this helps.
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Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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