Question about Casio Wave Ceptor WV57HA-1AV Wrist Watch
If you look at the watch from the side, you'll see that there's a two-part metal piece on the underside of the watch on each side. The metal piece is a spring-loaded pin going through the strap which is holding on a larger metal piece. You need to get another small pin (or an eyeglass screwdriver might work) so you can poke in the end of that spring loaded metal piece, which will allow you to slip off the larger metal bracer. Then you can poke the spring-loaded pin entirely out of the strap and it will be freed entirely.
To help you visualize what you are doing, the spring-loaded pin operates similarly to a toilet-paper roll - you need to compress the pin so you can slip off the larger metal bit, then take out the pin, which will free the strap.
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
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