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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hi,how can i remove the
With some practice you can get them out without damaging them.
With one finger press the pin upwards and use a small screw driver and
gently press the pin toward the center.
Relax the finger pressure while pushing with the screwdriver and then
return the pressure as you stop pushing with the screwdriver.
Some skill is required but you should be able to remove the pins after a few
Putting the pins back in by reversing the process (i.e. put one end in
and press the pin gently onto the watch; push the spring loaded pin in
while pressing it against the case and when the pin is far enough in,
it will slide down the inner face into the hole.
Its easy! (after some practice!).
Posted on Apr 12, 2011
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