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I have a problem pulling out the stem to set the date on my Roadster. Can you help? I can't seem to grasp the stem securely enough to pull it out. Thank you

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Mcdevito 75 here, you should be able to get a finger nail just under the stem to lift the stem to set the time, day/date, first be sure the stem isn"t a screwdown type, gasp the stem and turn it to see, if it is a screwdown type, simply un-screw the stem then pull it out to set the time, day/date. If all fails your local or any jeweler can help.

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