Question about Watches
A jeweler or the fossil store would have the right tools to do the job, but you basically just need something strong and thin enough to fit in the hole where the pin is. You will need a small hammer or something that isn't too big but has enough weight and control to tap the pin out. After that you pretty much just take the link out and reconnect the separated ones.
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
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