Question about Watches
I would not recommend you attempting to try this at home, because you can severly damage your watch, but if you must, you will find that on the back of your watch relatively near the crown is a dimpled, small metal piece. Take a tweezer and push it in LIGHTLY while pulling out the crown.
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
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