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I put my oil heater in a corner with a small fan mounted on the wall near the ceiling. The hot air rises up along the wall toward the fan, which then draws in the hot air from the ceiling and blows it down into the center of the room. It seems pretty efficient and the air is well mixed. I'm using one of those small floor fans you can tilt up and down, ...


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Open back of watch watch, place on a warm surface with the open side up or set in the sun open side up. Wait a day or so for all the moisture to evaporate. Put back of watch back on. When you have a chance and before getting the watch wet again replace the gasket on the watch, which should cost next to nothing. Many places replace the gasket for free ...


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The problem is clearly water ingress. If not addressed, the water will eventually damage the watch beyond repair. Remove the back and leave the watch in a warm dry place overnight. Replace the back once it is dry. The water could have come in through the main back seal, which you can easily hack back with vaseline or similar when you put the back on. ...


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it is probably caused by a leak in the gasket on the battery compartment door. Some watch shops and department stores will replace the battery for you if you bring in a dead watch, and you can ask them to put a new gasket in place when they do. This will cost you the price of a new battery which is less than a teardown. If this doesn't fix the problem then ...


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