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Safety chain broke off and where the watch fastens the small pin that goes between the strap fell out .Jeweler told me it's a screw in type and told me it had to go back to the company.

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Mcdevito75 here, Depending on the Maker of the watch, such as , Rolex, Tissot, Omega some parts are only available thru the dealer or maker of the watch, plus they also want to do the work. You can check and see if you have a Warrantee, if you do the work should be FREE if not greatly reuced in price.

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