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WTB: Omega Seamaster Cosmic 2000 Divers Case ST366.0827

Help! My pride and joy 21st birthday watch - an Omega Seamaster Cosmic 2000 divers watch, 60 m, style ST 366.0827, calibre 1012, produced in 1976 - has a problem in that the seal between the case and the tube that the crown screws down onto is now not watertight (the tube rotates), and so the watch is no longer watertight. My watchmaker can not rectify this problem, and suggests that a new (old) case is the answer, as the tube is not available from Omega as a service part. I am happy to buy either a case, a dead watch, or a complete running watch, as mine has great sentimental value to me (dead parents). Any offer will be responded to.
Please help!
Norman Peters, Canberra, Australia

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