Question about Watches
1)put a little silicon grease around the case cover 2)put cover back on the case 3)lay the watch on a hard surface spicifically on the edge of a wooden chair or bench and the face of the watch on your palm, the case cover is under and paded on the chair or bench. 4) now gently press the watch and it will snap.
Posted on Mar 20, 2008
With the back in position wrap the watch front and back in a paper towel doubled and place it in the jaws of a four inch C clamp and tighten slowly until you hear the click of the back snapping into place. Be careful not to disturb the rubber o ring gasket or you will lose the water resistance of the watch.
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
Jewellers have a special made press that inserts the case back in perfect alignment w/the case itself.
Any nice jeweller( a real one, not some rubbish like samules or some such chain etc.)
Try Rocco Manfredi 101 ashley down road, Bristol 0117 975 9752
You could also buy a proper watch, Timex are chinese made trash.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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