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Dhr. drs. B.E.M. Dekkers Wrote:Try heating it wirh a hair dryer...i know it sounds unconventional but it heats the oil in the watch.
Michael Friedberg Wrote:I've been told, but without confirmation, that IWC may have chjanged its policies and now requires repairs be sent through suthorized channels.
Sven W Wrote:If it is out of warranty, which I assume it is, you can always hunt around for the best watchmaker in your area and get it serviced there. It does not need to be an authorised service centre, after all (stop me if I'm wrong fellow collectors) its all in the skill of the person who is working on your watch.
Dhr. drs. B.E.M. Dekkers Wrote:Try heating it wirh a hair dryer...i know it sounds unconventional but it heats the oil in the watch.If that doesn't work, you will need the aid of an AD.Cheersbas dekkers