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Blewitt

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  1. Hi Gimli Thank you for the quick reply. I will press ahead with renewed confidence! Cheers
  2. Hi I suspect this is a very basic question form a rank amateur but surprisingly there is nothing on the net to help with this...... Tissot PR50 watch has a snap on case back and whilst changing the battery I took off the case back and the red plastic gasket fell out and rolled around the desk before settling down. I know that some of these gaskets have a specific cross sectional profile and therefore they may have a right way and a wrong way round when refitting. However, looking at the gasket it seems to be a uniform square cross section. I don't want to try and press the case back into place without first ensuring that I have this gasket back in the right way round as if I get this wrong I am likely to distort the gasket. My questions therefore are - 1) how do a tell which way round the gasket should be installed? 2) should this hard gasket be replaced each time the case back is removed (seems far more robust than your average o-ring) Regards
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