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How do I shorten the mtal band on the Casio 4334. The back of the band has direction arrows but I cannot understand how to move the links. Can you supply me with directions and an illustration to assist me in shortening the band

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Push the pin through, in the direction of the arrow. I used a thin paper clip and a pair of pliers. Poke it through by about 3mm and then grab it and pull it out.

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