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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Without seeing the band design, Seiko has a couple of executions that they use. One is a pin which is flared on one end. There is usually a directional arrow showing you which way the pin gets driven out. You will need a small hard pin. It should tap out, after the flared end is exposed you can pull it out with a small pair of plyers or side-cuts. Push out the next pin in the next link then put the pin back in the way it came out. The flared end is the last piece that goes into the band. If this doesn't work try a store where they at least install batteries. Good Luck hope this helps. Gabe
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