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    Panerai stoping

    Hi i have a pam 25 submersible with a calibre op 111 movement
    My problem is the watch stops after a few days in my watch winder all my other watches keep great time in the winder
    Ive had it serviced and rechecked but the problem is still there
    When i wear it is fine
    I replaced my winder box when this first occurred and with my new barrington winder it still happens any idears


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    I had a pam24 and it wouldn’t wind in a watch winder.

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    Can that model wind in both directions? Is your winder set to the correct TPD? What direction are you winding it?

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    Last edited by Arcam; 14th July 2019 at 10:09. Reason: Typo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcam View Post
    Can that model wind in both directions? Is you winder set to the correct TPD? What direction are you winding it?

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    Sounds plausible.
    "Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. The third time it's enemy action."

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    Yes it winds both ways all motors set to 650 tried the panerai on 750 no difference its bizzare its the only one of 6 watches that does this
    I move the watches about still after a few days it stops


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    Panerai stoping

    ‘Move the watches about’ - do you mean different position in the winder? Think Barrington winders have watches vertical (unlike some other winders), can you alter the angle?

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    The watch face must be vertical (slightly laid back will also work) to wind, don't change the positions on the winder as it will not get the correct number of tpd, most winders do an on/off cycle, some are off for up to 12 hours to allow the watch to wind down.

    Can your winder go to 900 or higher?

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    Last edited by Arcam; 14th July 2019 at 13:06. Reason: Typo

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    I had a 329 ,and that seemed to stop when it was on the watchwinder,I thought it was the cheap winder that wasn’t working right .
    The watch was perfect on the wrist .


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    Id just forget the winder and adjust the time prior to wearing it

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