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Relic Wet ring around the crystal

This watch has a ring around the outside of the crystal with minutes printed on it: 10-20-30-40-50-60. The 60 does not line up with the 12, and I can't figure out how to take it apart and make it align properly. The 60 is closer to the 11. Now maybe it's supposed to be that way, but it sure looks funny. The people at JC Penney couldn't figure it out, either, but they at least got the links added.

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This may be silly but, in some watches you can actually rotate the outside ring. try rotateing it does it move at all? a local watch service should be able to adjust it if its locked in somehow, if you pull the plug out would it move then?

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