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I've looked at the image you posted, and I think it's a Ronda 515 movement or something very close.

If that's the case, do the following.

Push the crown fully back to it's normal running position. If it's a screw-down crown then ensure it's unscrewed. Using the tip of a fine pair of tweezers (or similar - perhaps a needle) press lightly on the small depression that you can see in your photo (on the main metal plate of the movement, to the right, just below where the stem enters the mechanism). While pressing on that, gently pull on the crown. If it doesn't release, press a little harder on the depression but please be moderate with the force you use - if you press too hard you may damage the mechanism.
If you take enough care, you should be able to remove the crown and stem.
To replace it, make sure the movement is correctly aligned in the case and gently press in the stem. If you feel any resistance, then rotate the crown slightly and try again. Again, if you try and force it, you may damage the movement.
It is usually not necessary to place any pressure on the depression to reinsert the stem, but if all else fails it won't do any harm.
Please let me know how you get on.

Luminox Navy... | Answered on Oct 22, 2017

If new, just take back and exchange it for another working one.

Luminox Navy... | Answered on Sep 20, 2017

Try they can get the part or a substitute part, the keeper is not sold separately tho, you would have to buy a complete band...good luck :)

Luminox Navy... | Answered on Oct 10, 2015

The hand in question is slipping on the spindle that it is attached to. You need to carefully but firmly push it back down on the spindle so it moves.

Have to get access to the dial and needles to do this

Luminox Seal... | Answered on Aug 30, 2015

It should be SOLID TITANIUM Screw down case back.

Luminox Sea Navy... | Answered on Feb 20, 2013

Generally after two years power cell life will over.
> are your replaced same battery? check the voltage of power cell _1.5V
> Observe that seconds needle giving any jerks? if its trying to move its overhaul faulty, give it to good service center for overhaul.
> If its not at all moving at all it might be coil or PCB faulty..

Luminox Navy... | Answered on Dec 06, 2011

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