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Cannot pull the stem out on my TM Cruise CSX. Is there some secret?


I suspect that your watch has a screw-down crown. Turn the stem anti-clockwise until it springs out slightly and you'll be able to set the time. Remember to screw it back down afterwards to maintain water resistance of your watch.

Sep 12, 2017 | The Watches

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How to remove back to change battery in "My Wish" Collezioni watch. No notch for knife and won't screw off.


You should be able to pry it off, just follow this simple steps:
Locate a very small tab (or recessed area) on the edge of the back cover. Pull out the stem, which releases the back on some watches.Get a small flathead screwdriver it needs to be a thin inflexible tip. Very carefully slide the blade under the tiny metal protrusion on the back cover (or across the length of the recessed area, depending on which type of cover your watch has). When you replace the cover, make sure you line up the stem slot on the cover with the stem of the watch. These steps are listed on wikihow:
http://www.wikihow.com/Pry-off-a-Watch-Backing-Without-Proper-Tools . You also could skip step 2 if it's a cheap quartz watch.

Feb 19, 2013 | Watches

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Omega Seamaster 300M won't resart after replacing the battery ,which is an Eveready Energizer #395.I have replaced the battery once before,and there was no problem.What I can tell you is when I at


The loss of the stem is probably what caused the watch to stop.
The only remedy is to remove the back cover and identify whether a press-stud or screw held it in place.
A press-stud should allow the stem to be simplt pushed back in - although it may need some help by pushing if it's stiff.
A screw would likely have loosened, unscrew slightly, reinsert the stem and then screw down firmly.
It is unlikely that any parts were lost and if you are not comfortable opening the case, refer to a watch maker (rather than a jeweller) who will do it for you and also assess whether any damage had occurred to start the problem off.

Jul 05, 2012 | Omega Seamaster 300M wristwatch

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I pulled the entire crown and stem out of my Rolex President. What is involved in fixing it?


The repair for this problem may be quick and inexpensive--or somewhat more expensive. Either way, it's considered a minor repair.
The crown and stem assembly in held in a Rolex movement by a small pressure screw. When this screw is loosened, the stem can be cleanly pulled out of the movement without damaging any parts. The movement can then be removed from its case. If the screw is too loose, it is sometimes possible to pull the crown and stem out with ordinary effort. The simple fix for this would be to have a watchmaker take the back off your Rolex (requires a special wrench) and slide the stem back into the watch while loosening and re-tightening the screw. If that's it, the repair takes about 5 minutes, most of which is spent removing and replacing the watch back.
Things can get more complicated. The set stem interacts with a thin sheet metal spring / detent that helps the stem "snap" to its various set and wind positions. Sometimes, when a stem gets pulled out, the force of that can snap the delicate little finger in this watch part. Replacing this watch part will require that the movement be removed from the case and the hands and dial be removed for access to the part. Once you get to it, the part itself can easily be replaced--it's designed to be replaced without disassembling the whole watch movement--but there's considerably more effort involved than just sliding the stem back in and tightening down the screw.

May 08, 2011 | Watches

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I have a diesel watch model dz-2136 I need to know how to remove stem


Thank you for contacting FixYa.
I dont know why you want to remove the stem but here you go.
To remove the stem you must first loosen the set lever screw, then you can pull the stem out.
You only need to turn the set lever screw a couple turns to release the stem. Some movements use a button instead and in that case you would simply push the button down lightly with a pointed tool and while holding the button down pull the stem out.
For watches with one-piece cases where the movement comes out the dial side and the case has no removable back, you will not be able to get at the set lever screw. For this type of watch you must grasp the crown firmly and pull it out, or use plastic or soft brass tweezers to get behind the crown and pop it off. These watches have two-piece stems that have male and female ends that snap together. Then remove the bezel and let the movement come out into your hands. Then remove the hands and the dial and put the movement face down into a movement holder. Now you can remove the stem as described above

Aug 26, 2010 | Diesel Audio Diesel Watch

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How do I remove the crown/stem to take the watch movement out of the case? thanks Marc


To remove the stem you must first loosen the set lever screw, then you can pull the stem out.
You only need to turn the set lever screw a couple turns to release the stem. Some movements use a button instead and in that case you would simply push the button down lightly with a pointed tool and while holding the button down pull the stem out.
For watches with one-piece cases where the movement comes out the dial side and the case has no removable back, you will not be able to get at the set lever screw. For this type of watch you must grasp the crown firmly and pull it out, or use plastic or soft brass tweezers to get behind the crown and pop it off. These watches have two-piece stems that have male and female ends that snap together. Then remove the bezel and let the movement come out into your hands. Then remove the hands and the dial and put the movement face down into a movement holder.

Apr 04, 2010 | Watches

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Screw down crown wont lock


There are only two things that can cause screw down crown to malfunction. First is dirt and second is weakened/damaged thread. In first case you need to use ultrasonic cleaner by immersing the crown AND case to get rid of any dirt and grime sticking on both threads. If the matter is weakened/damaged thread - you will have to fit new crown and (possibly) new case tube on which crown is screwed onto. This can be done by decent watchmaker only.
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Jan 06, 2010 | Watches

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Stem of watch won't return to its original position


The winding crown is loose on the stem. Get the stem completely out of watch and while holding in vice or pair of pliers screw the crown back on tight. Do not overscrew it, as the stem may brake. Even better would be to unscrew the crown first, dip the threaded stem end in to the Superglue and then screw the crown back. It will prevent from the same problem in future.

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Jul 29, 2009 | Watches

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I pulled on the crown and it came off the stem


Do not open the watch yet, as you do not know how to get the stem out.
Take an eyeglass and examine the crown. You will find the small hub in the centre of the crown. If the centre of this hub is hollow and you can see the thread in it- you will be able to screw it back on stem (all watch crowns are screwed on to stems, never pressed).
If the centre of that hub looks filled with metal, then the stem end is broke and you will need replace stem AND crown (the metal filling the hub is the broken end of stem).
In case if the crown still in tact, let me know by asking questions and I'll guide you through all the process HOW TO.

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Mar 24, 2009 | Watches

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How do I close the stem on a zodiac watch?


Your watch do not have screw down crown feature. You can only pull out or push in that crown.
Check instructions for yourself from the official Zodiac document here:

https://www.zodiacwatches.com/images/pdf/zodiac_watchinstructions.pdf

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Mar 14, 2009 | Zodiac "Sea Dragon" Watch

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