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SOURCE: how do i adjust a chanel watch strap. ceramic

Cut the sharp end off a small pin and insert it in tiny hole on pivot pin. Tap it lightly with strap supported on a solid object with a small hole in it and the two piece pin will come adrift. Then you may remove or add a link and tap the two part pins together again.

Posted on Oct 06, 2010

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