Question about Watches
Sounds like a job for a professional.
It could be that the crown is too far down the shaft and this might stop the shaft being pushed in far enough to activate the watch.
You should take it to a watch repair shop snd ell them what happened.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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Oct 10, 2012 | Watches
Seiko watches are a popular accessory for both men and women. The history of Seiko watches goes back to 1881 long time ago, when the company that was to become Seiko began. From the beginning, the method to set a Seiko watch has been designed to be a simple process.
The following are the steps to set a Seiko watch for the time, day and date function, and for setting the chronograph on an analog watch.
Set the Time:
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