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    need help with prs11-disengaging the hack only by screwing the crown in

    Hi guys, or any prs11 owners,
    As above? is it a crown issue or the stem is too short to disengage the hack function?
    Or should i order a new crown- faulty internal spring?
    Let me know

    Many thanks,
    Eric


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    It sounds like the stem's too short.

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    Hi Duncan! thanks i will highlight this to my local watchmaker he says there's a possibility the spring in the crown is too weak to engage the hack system, what are your thoughts on this?


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    question about the bezel it only takes a gentle touch for the bezel to turn, i have checked the click spring is present anyway i can 'tighten the action?'


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    just got the watch back from the watchmaker, there is a gap now he told me it is inevitable please see attach photoa


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    You can adjust the click-ratchet pawl angle this can definitely make the turning easier or harder.

    Yup a longer stem and you can get the gap you mention.

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    thanks bryan phew thought i was seeing it wrong, just be sure i ordered spare crown and tube incase it all
    goes down wrong


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    Another thing over long stems can cause casetube threads or crowns threads to strip.

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    got it


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