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Louis

Advice needed for moisture

If it is moisture, you could put the watch in a bowl of uncooked rice. I have heard that people have had good luck with placing it on top, with the crown unscrewed, in a container.

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I have this problem in the past. I’ve been getting into watch repair , so i know a little about this now.  In general, that "fogged "look of a crystal may not be "moisture". As to how to fix it. You basically have to open your watch case up, remove the stem and crown from the watch movement, then , remove the movement from the case. then clean the crystal from the inside and outside.

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