Question about Watches
First, this isn't something you should do if you are not a trained watchmaker. Many people cause more damage by trying to repair their own watch just to save a couple dollars. But the movement (insides) of a watch are very fragile and some parts can be damaged by touching them with too much force.
If you are a watchmaker you need to remember to look for the detent. That is what you need to remove the stem.
Posted on May 13, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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