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Hi watch lovers <3 i got a Robisi automatic watch. It accidentally fell down on the floor and its glass got detached which i attached again but after some time i realised that the Synthetic ruby gem was missing from it. Therefore it lost its balance and it stops time to time. How do i fix this?
Hello, I have a similar problem like this topic: but my watch is a Maurice Lacroix PT 6158. It is a automatic watch. and recently my problem seems worse. I tried to wind the crown towards 12 more than 30, but it doesn't help, and make the thing worse, the watch stop moving immediately, until i shake the watch, and it start moving a little bit. and stop again. (The watch used to be really good, and can hold for 2 days straight) Like the other guy, i am using it regularly from 7am - 10pm. Every morning I wind the crown 5-6x to make it works until noon. and sometimes it does not working. the only things i could notice: 1. the circle movement (I don't know what is it called) that i can see on the back side of the watch move really slow. not as fast as it used to be. (I am using it for more than 4 years now). 2. if i put the watch down with diagonal position: the crown touch the table, the watch will be able to hold for about 3-6 hours. IF, i put the watch on the table, and the crown does not touch the table (again, diagonal) it will take less than 1 hour until the watch stop. IF i put the watch down (Horizontally), the crystal touch the table. the watch will stop move immediately or in less than 1 minute. Can anyone help advise me what I should do? i wonder if it could cost so much to repair it? or just need some oiling things? Thank you so much.
Gents, I would like to share the new series of videos I am making, while I service a Seiko 5 7009-3130 automatic watch I just received. This is Part 1, I am uploading the other p2 parts of the tear down and will link them here soon. Please enjoy!