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Self-repair is not recommended, especially for expensive watches. If you open up your watch and try to take it apart, you might not know how to put it back together. The best thing to do is take your watch to a professional who is trained to deal with all of the intricate details of watch repair. This might cost quite a bit of money, so if you didn't spend that much on that particular watch to begin with, just buy another one.
The watch band is an easier part to replace. Watch shops or jewelers might be able to give you a new watch band, or fix the current band for you. You will have to part with your watch for a short while, but it will be worth it in the end. Since the band is not part of the mechanical workings of the watch, it is a much less complicated thing to repair or replace.
If your watch face is cracked, it might be possible to replace it with another piece of glass or plastic. Some watches are one of a kind, and replacing a single part of the watch might prove to be extremely difficult. In a case where your watch did not cost that much to begin with, it might be cheaper just to go ahead and purchase a new one.
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