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Im applying pressure in the right direction but the pin wont budge

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Mcdevito75 here, I'm thinking you mean the stem (winder) Make sure stem is all the way in (flat on the watch) now turn the stem a little both ways, it could be locked down, if the stem turns and doesn't seem to be locked down, simply put a fingernail just under the crown and lift to set the time. If you mean the pin or spring bar to change the band, you"ll need a special tool to remove these pins or spring bars, the tool is available on ebay called a spring bar removal tool, or you can visit a small watch repiar shop in your area.

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