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Ch2332 how do i get the pins out of the wrist band

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Believe it or not there is a special way/tool used to take the pins out. I had a similar problem with my watch and had to take it to a jeweler to get it done properly. I fumbled with for a while and finally just took it to a professional. You will do more damage or may even break it if you try to do it yourself. Maybe take it back to the store where you purchased it and have them do it for you free of charge depending on how long ago you got it.

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