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ETA 2783 split stem gender preference

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I have ordered a two piece stem for a ETA 2783 and didn't provide the correct gender for the movement side of the stem.  The watch came in for repair with a female post movement side.  Since both parts are rusty and need replaced, does it really make a difference which side is male or female?  I didn't know that I would have had to order this a certain way.   Just curious and will use the parts I have unless someone knows of a reason I should not.

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