Question about Timex 27191 Wristwatch
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you still have the crown you may be able to put it back on yourself. However for a secure repair you would need a watchmaker to repair this.
To try yourself get some RED locktite (available at any Ace hardware store or automotive store) Put a small amount on the threads of the crown. Then screw the crown onto the stem as much as possible.
Let it sit for about 10 minutes so the locktite can cure. Then you can try using it to set the time or whatever.
If this does not work you will need a watchmaker to repair this.
Prices to fix this would vary.
Hope this helps.
Yellowstone Watch Inc.
Posted on Nov 03, 2009
SOURCE: hourly chime
You can get instructions from the Timex web site "timex.com".
At the bottom of the screen click on "manuals/downloads", then on "product
Enter your watch type in the search box and click on "search"
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
To open watch case, hold back of watch up with arrow pointer on the back plate pointing to the right. There is a pry point on the upper edge where you will see a small arrow pointing. Use a small flat end screw driver to pry the watch case open. Be sure to replace the back the same way with the arrow pointing away from the setting knob.
Take a 1-1/4 inch paddle bit and drill a hole in a 1-3/4 inch wide piece of wood about 1/8 inch deep. Then take another piece of wood about 2 inches long by 3/4 inch thick by 1 inch wide to lay across the back of the case plate. Place the crystal of the watch in the drilled hole. Used a vise or clamp with the watch between the two blocks of wood to press the back on. Be careful not to over press. Works great
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
mcdevito75 Here, I've myself ruined a number of watches with Quartz movements trying to remove the stem, see your local jeweler and have them do it. Look for the small watch repair shops to save some money.
Posted on Jun 16, 2010
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