Hi all: I have what I'm pretty sure is a 1956 Seamaster Calendar, given to me by my father. He bought it ~1957 on a US base in Morocco (more details if that would be helpful?). This has been a very special piece for me, and I've been wearing it as much as possible. He had it cleaned and repaired in L.A. about 10 years ago, after it sat for 30 years in a drawer... at the time, the winding function had stopped working. When he gave it to me a couple years ago, it worked *but* never held a kinetic "charge" more than 24 hours. In the last month, the stem will not click into the proper positions to set the time. So far as I know, the calendar function hasn't worked since he first put it away. I'm hoping this is an easy fix, but I want to make sure I take it to someone I can trust -- would rather someone on the East Coast, in driving distance to DC! Sorry I only have one photo right now, but I can provide more if they would be useful. I see nothing on the back of the watch, so I don't know if that was replaced at some point? Thanks for any help you can provide!! I love this watch, and would like to continue wearing it. Alyssa PS: Wow, this photo is worse than I thought. I'll try to get a few better ones!!