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How to move the minute hand and second hand

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There is a tool available in the market to remove second hands.

If you have a watch screwdriver you can easily remove both the hands. Just keep the screwdriver in between minute hand and second hand and gently twist the screwdriver. But be careful, it may damage the dial.

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

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The winder may not be fully clicked in

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SOURCE: Casio Lineage Waveceptor 4717 minute hand off by 20 seconds

You would have to remove the movement from the case, remove the hand and reinstall it, to where you want it.

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