Question about Rolex Watches
These watches are selfwinding so you should not have to use the crown to wind it up. (Although some watches have this as an alternative).
To wind it up shake it gently from side to side for some minutes and it should start.
No tension on the crown wheel is worrying. If you pull it further out and can adjust the time in position 3 (fully out) and the date (half way out), then it may be that no damage has been done. If you cannot adjust the time, then it looks like a trip to the dealer is required for repair.
Posted on Feb 11, 2011
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