Re: I'm trying to take apart this reel in order to clean...
Unless you know exacly what you are doing don't bother. It is a very complicated reel and expremely easy to put back together incorrecly. Send it off to Daiwa Sports service department. It'll either cost you £5 or nothing to have it serviced.
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Look at the inside of the band and there will arrows pointing what direction the to tap the pins out to remove links. Put the watch on a small roll of tape or something similar that keeps the band off the surface you are working on. Gently tap the pin out with a tool that will fit in the pin hole. Remove the pin and determine the number of links to remove. Remove the links and reverse the order in which you took it apart .
Clean, clean, clean! Probably a little sludge in the extractor or extractor spring. Pull it apart, clean it as if your life may one day depend on it, light oil, re-assemble, test fire, and a final quick clean.
hi, if the watch is water proof witch most watches are, if it is it should tell you something on the back like wr 30m or wr 10m if it says this on the back then this is telling you that the watch is water proof up to 10metres or what ever it says if this is the case then you can put it in the sink with only slightly warm soapy water then just rub it over gently with soft cloth whilst under water.
How ever if it says water resistent then this dont mean its water proof this just means its rain proof but not made for going under water unless it says water resistent to 30m then this can be washed in the sink also if it dont say this then you cant put it in the sink you can only wipe over it with a damp cloth to remove as much oil as possible.
But if you can get it clean and its not water proof then the watch is going to have to be taken apart to clean the outer casing that is only if the oil has not got inside the watch. Oil wont short the watch out put it can cause problems if you have any buttons on the watch so your best bet would be taking it into a watch shop and get it cleaned that way.
Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
No real way to clean it yourself, you need to take it to a professional who can diassemble it, clean it then reseal...unfortunately that takes tools and the knowledge...dont try at home, if its gotten wet, it WILL need to be taken apart and worked on.