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The stem seems stuck and I can't change the time on my watch. I can't remember having this problem before. Shouldn't it pull out easily so I can manually change the time? Thanks

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Hello some watches have a screw down crown turn the stem screw counter clockwise a few turns and then try pulling out gently. hope that helps

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I just tried this on Dad's watch, and it worked!

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