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Take link ot of watchband

Citezen watchband, need to take out a link

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First of all, if it is a Citizen that is not so old, ask in their store, they may not even charge you. They are nice folks. You do not need your original receipt. They can tell from the number on the watch if it is recent. If you want to try this yourself, get a pin or a thin paperclip, and small pliers and read on.
In the metal link band, you can remove a few segments. Segments are connected by split pens. You should see a thinner end and a bigger end; or an arrow on the inside of the band to show which side the thinner end of the pind should be.
Push the thinner end firmly with a thin object (a pin or something) until the big end pops out the opposite side. Use pliers to remove the pin. Repeat this so you can take a couple of links out, and reassemple at the desired size.

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Take it to a jeweler because if you do it your self your warranty is no longer valid

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  • Turn your watch on its side so the links are vertical. On the inside of the links closest to the clasp you can see arrows, which point in the direction that the pins must be pushed out. Only about four links on either side of the clasp have arrows, because these are the only links with removable pins. On the edge of the links on the opposite end from where the arrow is pointing you will see a small circle where the pin is inserted.

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