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I pulled the stem out completely trying to reset time.

A jeweler told me it would be alot to fix. He said a piece was still inside the watch. I want to attempt to fix it myself since the watch is 12 years old. I took it to another jeweler and they said 100.00 to fix and that I broke the crown too. The watch still runs fine and I'm not putting out 100.00 for a watch that is 12 years old that I paid 125.00 for in the first place. The watch is a ladies Seiko gold tone rolex-look alike watch that I did not see in your picture. Please tell me how to fix it. I'm a lady that is good at fixing things and I don't want to throw my watch away or get sold another one or pay an arm and a leg to get it fixed. Can you send me a part of a solutions manual or something? Thanks

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Try to a authorized seiko service center!they are not expensive!the only think that your watch needs is anew winding stem costs 3-4$!the job isnt difficult for a good watchmaker!the jwellersin watch service are the same as you buying soap from a barber shop!

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