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Prague skeleton EG-8901 loose penulum

The pendulum for the automatic is loose and as a result the watch is not winding properly. How do I remove the back so that I may tighten the automatic pendulum?

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  • dij19772000 Sep 23, 2008

    That should read pendulum

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Did you find a solution for this? I had the same problem. Good looking watch jeweler couldn't fix.

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