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Hands cannot keep time

Somehow the hands have loosened from the base so that when the watch moves side to side, the hands swing loosely around and cannot keep time.

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  • Gabriel Barrow Dec 31, 2014

    The hands have come loose off of the hour and minute wheel post. The cannon pinion is not the problem. Any watch repair center can simply reallign the hands up. It's a fairly easy repair this is very common when a watch falls and lands of the floor or gets bumped. Hope this helps, gabe

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There is nothing you can do yourself, because your watch has a loose cannon pinion and for tightening it the special watchmakers tool is obligatory. You have to find your nearest watch repair shop and ask watchmaker to do that. No need to go to any specific watch repair shop, as any decent watchmaker has the tool and can do the job. Rate me, plz.

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the center crown of the watch right side of the picture, loosen the crown. Be careful, some crown have a screw function so if your bulova has this don't force to pull it to prevent damage. if you have loosen the crown, check if can be turn it, if yes pull gently the crown, first pull date adjust,second pull time adjust.
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mcdevito75 here, To get to the face of your watch is a job, you"d need a few jewelers tools and would have to be a bit handy with watches as there is a certain way to move your hands around the watches movement a wrong move of your hands in the watches movement can destroy it. First you"d have to remove the watches back cover, then you"d have to remove the stem (winder) and there"s a certain method to that with requires jewelers screwdrivers, then you"d have to lift the movement out of the case and if these chips loosed the hands you"d need another tool to re-seat them. BEST BET, Check with the repair service directory here at fixya, click on repair service directory bottom of this page, then click on watches, I am Mike D at RITE TIME BASICS and may be able to help or check with any fine watch repaire in the directory.

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Mintues hand problem.


There are two reasons for this. First- you distorted minute hands hole and now it is not sitting tightly on pinion. Second- when you pulled off the minutes hand, you lifted cannon pinion. As the result it is loose and swings freely. I do understand you have no knowledge how the watches are build, so, visit your nearest watch repair shop and ask to fix it. Please, do not take it personally - it is just because you can't do that without watchmakers knowledge, so, save your nerves, time and watch. Rate me, plz.

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This isnt uncommon! Depending on how long the dead battery remained in the watch...it could be that the watch is running but the hands might not be moving. Chances are thats what the issue is. The problem is that you need to find a watch repair business that has a cyclonic machine. It picks up the "beat" that the magnetic rotor makes as the wheels move inside. It most likely needs a little watch oil and a spin on the cyclonic machine.

We do this countless times everyday! Customer brings a watch in and its not running, we check the battery and its good. The watch oils loose viscosity as the watch ages and it can keep the hands from moving! Another issue is finding a repair company that wont try and sell you a new movement when its not needed! Thats common too! :-( I would check around at different places. If they are honest then they wont try to fix something that isnt broke! :-)

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It appears that the hands are loose an need to be by an experienced watchmaker.

If you have any further questions please let me know.

Many thanks! Mike Kenley (mkenley1@yahoo.com)
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