Question about Fossil AM3726 Wrist Watch
I am trying to remove links.... I have arrows pointing outward and the pins do not push in.... What to do???
Are you pushing the links in the same direction as the arrow is pointing? If so, are you using a tool specifically made for removing watch links? If the answer to both of the above is "yes" then look closely at your watch. The pin will look different on both sides. One side will look like the head of a "screw" and the other will look rounded and just come to a point. You always want to use the watch link remover tool on the ROUNDED end and push the "screw" looking end out. It could be that your watch was assembled w/the pin facing the wrong direction.
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Posted on Jan 14, 2009
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