Question about Rado Original R12413613 Watch for Men
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The shaking is not the best way to restart the automatic watch as it puts slight strain on watch balance wheel and hairspring (most delicate part in watch).
As watch balance wheel is positioned paralel(leveled) to watch dial, you have to spin your watch back and forth a few times quite quickly.
(Imagine you are turning steering wheel in your car- thats the right motion). Before doing that wind up your watch a few times manually.
Right after doing that observe the seconds hand and if it is ticking just a little bit or ticking back and forth and then stops- your watch has jammed gear train and this is the reason why it stops.
If you don't have seconds hand- after shaking your watch listen for ticking and again- if it stops after short run, the gear train is to blame. In this case you will need watchmakers help as special skills and tools are needed to sort this out.
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Posted on Jan 10, 2009
SOURCE: Rado Diastar
your problem is in setting lever,when the setting lever is jumping the stem cannot get back and lock,you better unscrew the complete barrel drum bridge plate take it out ,and the winding pinion is expose,take the winding gear and the setting lever is expose then arrange the alignment,align the winding pinion to the setting lever,alignment is ok.back bridge plate and screw,,make some winding of the crown,let see rachet wheel can turn transmission wheel of complete barrel drum,if can then checked the stem if already lock.,if lock already the job is done,...email if you some question regarding a watch ;firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
SOURCE: I have a Rado DiaStar
Hears how i do my watch, i have the same watch as you.Just make sure nothing is displayed on the clock face by turning the winder, ie NO digital time, NO daul time, NO alarm, NO stop watch etc, Pull out the winder(crown) and adjust the hands to the time you require by spinning the winder.(Gentley for mins and fast for hours) The digital clock will display wilst doing this, but not change the time.handy if you want to sync both clocks.Push the winder back in at the time to sync and the digital display will go out, then spin the winder again if you want to display the digital features. I hope this helps, please post if it does, Maurice Chevalier- Herts
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
SOURCE: rado diastar swiss 196-0364-3
I bought the same watch recently and have the same problem. The hours can be adjusted in the dual time zone by looking up the manual, but the minutes stay put. I can't bring them to blink so that these could be adjusted. Any ideas? I sent a mail to Rado through their website but no answer.
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
That links are most likely ceramic! Take your watch to a reputable watch repair shop...they break very EASY! Make sure they know what they are doing!!!!
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
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