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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: how to remove the movement
when your watch is open already ,near the stem inside the watch there is small hole,use a needle to push this hole while pushing you pull also the stem,that it then take out the machine ,when going back the stem just put back where you taken,and it automatically lack,you cannot take out unless you push the hole,...that all benton..if my suggestion help you to understand your problem rate me as fixya..
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
There are 2 scenario's here the first being the most likely:
If your dead set on not taking it to a jewelery store then. You can attempt to remove the back off yourself, you must however be very careful not to damage yourself or the watch in the process. The backs are normaly pressed on in these replica watches and the battery is located in the back of the case. You need to get somthing flat to lever the back off like a bread knife somthing sharper may work better to get in the groove but it also increases the danger factor. Once you pry the back off you should'nt have any problems removing the battery, just be careful with the battery holder they are delicate. When you replace the battery just press the back back on.
The other scenario is that it is a clone of the perpetual movement these clones aparently exist, although I have never seen one. If it's a clone of the real movement then if you shake the watch it moves a pendulum inside and winds the unit up, these watches don't need winding hence the word perpetual. Hope this is the solution you were after.
Posted on May 08, 2009
This is a little tricky, I think this has a screw on back. It takes a two or better a three prong tool to remove back. A new seal shoud be on hand to replace this. Watch should have a consumption test and a min run voltage test, if either of these fail a new circuit board or movement should be installed. Take it to a good watchmaker and they will clean the outside before opening and do a water resistance test after assembly.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
Thank you for contacting FixYa. I highly recommend that you send to Seiko and I found you the perfect link with all this info. Best regards!! Jewel
Thank you for contacting FixYa.
I highly recommend that you send to Seiko and I found you the perfect link with all this info.
Best regards!! Jewel
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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