Question about Casio G7500-1V G-Shock Vibration Alert Digital Watch for Men Black Mens Watch G75001V
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, try this - it worked for me. Use a needle to poke the ends of the watch strap axel (at the end and running across the strap). This should then allow you to lit the silver panels at the top and bottom of the watch face off. The axel should then slide out. I did this by pushing one end of it through with a needle so that the other end poked out enough to pull it out with a paid of pliers.
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
If the pin keeps coming out, then it seems likely that it is bent.
This can happen if the watch is fastened very tightly and your hand bends back until it strains the pin.
I suggest that you go to a jeweler and have a new one fitted.
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
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