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The crow dont pulled out - Tissot Prc100 T22268631 Watch

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    Arturs Kalnins May 11, 2010

    Give me details to the smallest. Make e.t.c. How did it happened, how old thr watch is, (on and on and on)



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On some watches the crown screws in to increase water resistance.

Try turning the crown anticlockwise before pulling it out.

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