Question about Watches
The crown is attached to the "stem" by screwing them together. The procedure, and this is not a good do it yourself project in most cases, is to remove the crown and the stem. Hold the stem in a "pin vise" and apply a threadlock to the threads and attach the crown. Install the crown and stem in the watch and check to see if everything still works(setting, time adjustment, etc.) Might pay to have a watchmaker do this, this is more technical than it seems.
Posted on May 24, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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