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Dose anybody know how to send in a watch to AP service center? Dumn question but don,t underestimate the ordeal.

@nad kindly offered help and guidance, yet I am only hoping to get a response from AP.

Joe

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20 hours ago, MrRoundel said:

There's a relative of Audemars (Posts under that name.) who contributes regularly on the NAWCC message board. He seems like a nice guy. He might be able to help. Good luck.,

 

 

I am not a member of NAWCC, their's is paid membership, no instrument of payment is available to me.

How do I search to find him? Any idea? 

Thanks for your advice and help. Joe

 

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You don't need to be a member to join the message board. If you go to NAWCC.org and go to the watch forums, you'll probably see him posting in the European pocket-watch forum. You might then be able to send him a personal message. Good luck.

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38 minutes ago, MrRoundel said:

You don't need to be a member to join the message board. If you go to NAWCC.org and go to the watch forums, you'll probably see him posting in the European pocket-watch forum. You might then be able to send him a personal message. Good luck.

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