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Minute hand on my Professional is Lose

I noticed today the minute hand gets stuck when I try to set the time and if I tap the watch it swings in the increment of 10 minutes back or forth at the opposite direction of the tap. I do recall banging it against the window sill last night as I almost slipped on Ice- could that have caused the minute hand to come lose?

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Most likely the impact did loosen it. I suggest you take it to get it opened and adjusted before the teak causes internal problems.

Posted on Mar 18, 2008

  • albert51r Mar 18, 2008

    Good luck and i hope you can fix it. dont worry it no biggy

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