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    Good Watch Repairman

    I took the movement out of a Fortis I have because of some particles on the dial and crystal. I have taken many stems/crowns out of Seiko's and never had a problem putting them back in. This ETA 2836 (I believe) stem is being a real pain about going back in. I am just ready to send it off to make sure I don't screw it up. Who would you suggest for quick turn around?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Good Watch Repairman

    Quote Originally Posted by Dale View Post
    I took the movement out of a Fortis I have because of some particles on the dial and crystal. I have taken many stems/crowns out of Seiko's and never had a problem putting them back in. This ETA 2836 (I believe) stem is being a real pain about going back in. I am just ready to send it off to make sure I don't screw it up. Who would you suggest for quick turn around?

    Thanks.
    If you live near Greenville, SC, you might want to try Mathew at Geiss Jewelers on Haywood Rd. He' s good guy, and will help you if he can.

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