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You can do a search on watch repair and learn how to do this yourself and buy the proper tools - however, taking the Rolex to a good watch repair service center or timepiece seller is the better bet. There are alignment indents on the movement and the watch face that can become misaligned. Maybe have the watched fully serviced, it will come back ready for another 10 years of life. For Rolex - f not sending it back to Rolex try this company - very good service. https://www.bobswatches.com/rolex-repair-service
If the watch is more then a few years on it just needs a cleaning. Any good watchmaker can do that, no need to send it to Rolex. If the watch is new, bring it back to the seller with your warranty card. They should be able to address the problem. .
Hi , I am sorry to say that a rolex requires servicing on a regular basis . Every 3 - 5 years would be advised . If you consider that your watch is a delicate machine that may be working 24 hours a day for years then its not unreasonable that it needs servicing. Over time the fine oils dry and degrade , they need replacing , and parts can become damaged . As to cost , this is a skilled job . To service a rolex in the correct way requires not only skill ,but the correct tooling and equipment . Also the materials used must be genuine rolex , this is costly . Your accredited service centre will then provide a 2 year guarantee . All in all the price of $600.00 reflects the labour of a skilled man and his investment in gaining rolex status . There will be cheaper alternatives but beware as they will probably not be rolex trained and wont be using original materials .
Unscrew crown pullout 2 stepsturn hands around till the date changes .this will indicate to you it is midnight .turn ands around to right time.if you are setting this in the afternoon remember to go past the 12.When this is done push winder in 1 step and turn winder clockwise or anti cclocwise and this will let you set day or date. When you finish push winder back in and lock down.
These are the things you might need about the watch.
1. Turn the crown clockwise while it is in position 2 to manually wind the watch.It will stop if it has not been worn out or put in a watch winder for roughly two days.
2. Pull the crown out one notch to position 3 to change the time.Turn the crown clockwise to move the minute hand.
3. Push the crown back into the watch while turning it clockwise to return the crown to position 1.The crown should be tight to ensure the watch case is waterproof.
4. Operate the stopwatch and chronograph function by pressing the button located above the crown on the 3 o clock side of the watch.Stop the stopwatch by pressing the button again,Reset the stopwatch by pressing the button below the crown.
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1)Unscrew the crown until it pops out, the same way you would unscrew the crown to change the time on the watch. 2)Place the watch case opener in the notches around the outside of the back of the watch case. You have to use a watch case opener made for Rolex watches to open the watch. Once the case opener is in place, twist it and the back will pop open. 3)Use a mini screwdriver to loosen a tiny screw on the inside of the watch located near the stem. You do not need to unscrew fully--only loosen it. 4)Pull the crown straight out. The crown and stem should come out easily. To open the back of the watch 1)Purchase a Rolex watch back opener set, if you do not already have one. This set is able to open and close any size of Rolex case. 2)Match the size of your Rolex case with the same size of grooved metal die from the tool set. 3)Put the metal die on the grooves on the back of the watch case. 4)Turn the die to remove the case. 5)Remove the rubber gasket. This will help. Thanks please keep updated.please do rate the solution positively .thank you for using fixya
Rolex's are wound by your movement. Try moving your arm back and forth and see if that helps. Also make sure that the crown is screwed in securely. If it's not a watch that you're not going to wear all of the time, you might want to buy a winder. I've bought several off of Ebay for around 30 dollars. They simply display and spin the watch off and on keeping it running. Good luck!!