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Seiko crystal query

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Hi guys
I've got a friends Seiko 7T62-0fd0 that needs a new crystal , on Cousins site they list 2 the 310p03hn02 which is obsolete and the 310po3hb0a which they have in stock , I have searched through the internet for reference on the codes but can't find out if the obsolete crystal has been succeeded by the in stock one or whether they are different?
 

The crystal in the watch has a gold ring on the actual crystal (doesn't come off) so if the replacement doesn't it's going to look a little odd i would imagine.
It's £20 plus vat etc etc and as we know Cousins won't take it back if its not right , so if anyone can advise as to whether it will be ok or not that would be most appreciated TIA Andy

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Tne tension ring can be replaced and installed easy.

You may find crystal with ring in it hard to install, the tension ring jumps out if pressed.

I have got some Genuine seiko crystals, well I have got bunch of genuine most parts.

Give diameter and height, I will dig in my bag of tricks.

Regards

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31 minutes ago, Nucejoe said:

Tne tension ring can be replaced and installed easy.

You may find crystal with ring in it hard to install, the tension ring jumps out if pressed.

I have got some Genuine seiko crystals, well I have got bunch of genuine most parts.

Give diameter and height, I will dig in my bag of tricks.

Regards

Many thanks for that it isn't actually a tension ring its actually attached to the glass which is flat mineral glass  with a polished inside edge diameter is 310 and thickness is 1.58 , could use a normal mineral crystal probably but it wouldn't have the gold ring , so wouldn't really look right 

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11 minutes ago, RAT said:

310P03HB0A is the correct part number, also 310P03HN02 is NOT obsolete, Seiko USA has both in stock.

The issue is that Seiko USA does not sell to individuals or repair shops unless they have an account, that is authorized service centers.

BTW, we have a section here where it's considered polite to introduce themselves.

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