My guess is that the dial lifted slightly and this has taken the pressure off the dial washer underneath, allowing things to get loose and the hands to stop turning. However this is only a guess. Proceed with caution. Check to see if the dial feet screws are loose. Check to see if you can move the hands with the crown.
I was following this video to pop out the glass on my Geneva watch.
I wanted to pop out the glass to adjust the calendar frame. However, after popping out the glass, the automatic watch stopped working. Could it be possible that the pressure of air from the syringe damage something? I appreciate if anyone can suggest possible problems. Below is my watch.
Thank you in advance.