Lubricant for bezel on Protrek?

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    Lubricant for bezel on Protrek?

    Does anyone know what oil or material to use to free up a bezel on a protrek?
    Mine is full of sand and grates but I'm not sure what is safe to use as a lubricant on the plastic bezel?

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    Re: Lubricant for bezel on Protrek?

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Graham View Post
    Does anyone know what oil or material to use to free up a bezel on a protrek?
    Mine is full of sand and grates but I'm not sure what is safe to use as a lubricant on the plastic bezel?
    I don't know about on these particular watches, but generally with that problem, I'd remove and clean out the bezel rather than lubricate it.
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    Re: Lubricant for bezel on Protrek?

    what kind of pro trek, what model ?
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    Re: Lubricant for bezel on Protrek?

    Quote Originally Posted by robocopu View Post
    what kind of pro trek, what model ?
    Hi,

    It's a PROTREK PRG-40SJ-1JF bought in Japan and looks to be Japan only.

    Module 2272, same workings as the 2271 module but no instruction manual available in English.

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    Re: Lubricant for bezel on Protrek?

    I had a PRT-40, you should be able to carefully prise the bezel off, with a blunt flat blade. Once off you can clean it out and replace. I can't remember if there's a bezel gasket under there (i don't think so) but a bit of silicon lube might help anyway before you replace the bezel.

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