The point, however, is that on a NEW watch, the buyer should not have to do anything to make it work right. Anything that is not right about a new watch is a "defect in workmanship or materials" and is the MANUFACTURER'S responsibility to correct.
If this was a used vintage watch, then I would have no qualms about fiddling with it. But, being new I expect ORIENT to make good on it.
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