Question about Rolex Daytona 116520 Wrist Watch
The second hand is moving properly, but the minute hand will run for about 20 minutes and stopped (while second hand is still running). Reset the time again, and it will run for 20 minutes and stopped. Any ideas ?
My observation, when the crown is unscrewed into the winding position ( first position ), some times the crown will wind free, without engaging any gears, pushing the crown in and out a few times or by turning it continuously, like winding the watch continuously, will cause it to engage.
At times, it seems the crown is not released fully, like not all the way out.
No problem pulling it all the way out to adjust the hands.
Any suggestion is appreciated
No problem pulling it the way out its okey,Wind it the crown until calendar move so the hands move properly.When you going back the crown,push the crown hardly going inside while pushing, wind the crown until you reach the end so its locks properly,because has a thread needs to lock so it will not wind freely,that all Working guy, txt me whatever happen.
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
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