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  1. Started using Intestinalworm way back in 1998 - I'm the intimate friend you didn't know you had!!! Good point re screwdrivers - used the cheapos to remove the back from one of the Cartier watches (those screws are tiny!) - can see though how a good set would be a worthwhile investment - might need to get more watches first!
  2. Thank you nursegladys and Roger the Dodger!
  3. I want to replace the six (6) tiny screws on the back of this Cartier quartz watch. Does anyone know where I can buy new ones at a modest price? I will change them when I change the battery. If anyone knows where I can buy a new seal at the same time then that would be a bonus! Ladies watch Cartier Quartz Must de Cartier 21 Red crocodile skin strap (Made in Austria CMK – Cartier KD40ZF02), silver and gold face with red numbering, blue hands, blue sapphire jewel winder Swiss Made Water Resistant 1340 PL 22051 Can't work out how to add a picture I have.
  4. My father-in-law died several months ago, and my wife now has one of his watches - it's a Longines Quartz watch. Anyway, several months before he passed he asked my wife if she could get a new battery put in it. My wife took it to a kiosk (the ones who repair shoes and cut keys). Anyway, when she went to pick it up the guy said it was broken! Just yesterday I decided to have a look at the watch as it is of sentimental value now - I want to get it working! It's a simple pry back, so I had a look. Now, the battery appeared to be in the wrong way around on this watch (the +ve polari
  5. Hi,It's Paul here from Melbourne Australia. Just recently pulled out a box of watches that were in a cupboard - going to get them all working hopefully! I'm an absolute watch newbie! I like working on cars and so decided to have a go at fixing these watches (Youtube, internet and forums are a great help!) while in COVID-19 lockdown.I have replaced a battery in one Cartier and one Longines so far - both working now! I have a bright torch, magnifying glass and a very cheap set of jewellers screwdrivers. I was very careful with the Cartier as it had six tiny screws holding the back case on - my e
  6. Hi, it's Paul here from Melbourne Australia. Just recently pulled out a box of watches that were in a cupboard - going to get them all working hopefully! I'm an absolute watch newbie! I like working on cars and so decided to have a go at fixing these watches (Youtube, internet and forums are a great help!) while in COVID-19 lockdown. I have replaced a battery in one Cartier and one Longines so far - both working now! I have a bright torch, magnifying glass and a very cheap set of jewellers screwdrivers. I was very careful with the Cartier as it had six tiny screws holding the back case o
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