Question about Casio G-Shock GW300CA-1V Wrist Watch
I have the replacement band and removed the side screws from the band; however, it is still connected. I am not sure if I should pull it out at the risk of pieces breaking off and preventing me from attaching the new band. Let me know what you suggest.
Jim, you still need to remove the pins that the band is being held on with. You can use a small jewelers screwdriver to push them in.
However, I am having a tough time getting my new band on!
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