Tisell Crown Issue

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    Not too sure where to post this. A few months ago I bought a Tisell 9015-R. I love the value for the price - however, I’ve run into an issue:

    When I set the watch, the crown screws off.

    Unless I set the time counter clockwise, the crown will come off. Any advice on how I can fix this?

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    Tisell Crown Issue

    Looks like the crown screw is loose? So the crown stem isn’t locked in place

    Another possibility is you used too much force when you pull the crown out?

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    You mentioned buying it a few months ago, was it new? Maybe it is still under warranty. Not sure if something like this is covered, but might be worth asking Tisell customer service.

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    Re: Tisell Crown Issue

    Same thing happened to my Marine Diver, you need a new crown.
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    Yep, that’s what I was afraid of. Thanks!

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    Re: Tisell Crown Issue

    Quote Originally Posted by pw01 View Post
    Same thing happened to my Marine Diver, you need a new crown.
    why? from what I understand you just have to screw in stem.

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