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The bezel on a B13048 can be turned in both directions and doesn't click. I read some postings and thought that the click spring might be broken or had some debris in the way that might be affecting it's ability to click. I removed the bezel without incident. I lifted the click spring which is intact. It was pretty dirty under the bezel and in the groove of the watch where the click spring and bezel rest so I cleaned them up and swiped down the click spring. When I put the click spring and bezel back on and tighten the bezel screws the bezel still spins in both directions and doesn't click. Any idea of what I can do myself to correct the situation? I noticed that there's a protrusion/bump at the 9 o'clock position on the watch where the click spring sits. The click spring has 4 "indents" side by side about 1 mm apart on the outside of it. Do those 4 indents have to be aligned with the watch's protrusion/bump at the 9 o'clock position in some fashion? Any advice anyone could offer would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advanced.


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