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The pin used to set the time pulled out completely

My watch looks exactly the same except for the gold finish and the date display, mine is only silver and shows the time. After changing the battery I tried to set the time right and the pin pulled out? I'm in Australia now, how much would it be to get it fixed? Should I send it in at a Fossil shop or could someone else help me the same?

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The pin you called it is the stem and crown try this technic before you bring or send it to a service center.Put it back where you taken it out ,while puting it in wind the crown and push it gently inside so it locked it up by pushing it gently inside.Check it out if not pulled out again the stem and crown if not and still coming out there something broken inside

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