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I have a ladies 'Date Just' to service that has a date problem. The date shows only half of the numeric in the window between days so the date wheel seems out of sync somehow.

The watch has been looked at by other repairers but no joy. I am looking forward to finding out what the problem is.

Marks strip down of the Rolex has been very useful. Thanks Mark!

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