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Just bought an Invicta 8926 can't get the crown to pull position 2 or 3. It is screwed down tight. Is it supposed to be turned counter clockwise to release the crown or is it just supposed to pull out easily?

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Watches vary in design but those that have a high degree of water resistance often screw the crown in.

Try turning the crown anticlockwise before pulling it out.

Posted on Apr 21, 2010

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