Question about Casio OC500 Oceanus watch
What tool do I need to swap the ******** my casio oceanus wrist watch and where can I buy it. It is not a flat screw and not a philip. It is a hex.
If its an OC500, I just figured it out. There are two sides of the pin visible. One has a dimple and one is completely smooth. Use a small phillips or a punch that is the same diameter as the pin and push on the side with the dimple. The pin pushs in only about 1/4 inch and the smooth side protrudes from the other end. Pull or pry on the smooth end to extract it. The pin is actually 2 parts so be careful not to lose the dimple side piece.
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
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