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Need to remove winder on mens seiko titanium so i can remove the

Had battery replaced and day and date don't work any longer. too far to travel back to shop. can easily remove back but to take out mechanism need to remove winder

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Ensure crown is in neutral position i.e. pressed home (not in set hands posn.) Remove back and adjacent to the winding stem on the movement there should be a small button (may be indicated with an arrow) depress this gently whilst withdrawing the crown and stem from the watch. Ensure you don't engage to set hands position in the process. You might also find a couple of screws securing the movement into the case. P.S. Usually don't need to remove from case to replace battery.

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