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Do you have a Casio Edifice watch with a broken or ill-fitting band? Use this guide to fix or resize the watchband and return the watch to its former glory.

Locate the hole for the pin you would like to remove. Insert the Sim Card Eject tool (a safety pin may work as well) inthe hole. Make sure to insert in the hole on the back side of the arrow.
  • Locate the hole for the pin you would like to remove.

  • Insert the Sim Card Eject tool (a safety pin may work as well) inthe hole. Make sure to insert in the hole on the back side of the arrow.

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Determine the desired amount of links you would like to add or remove.
  • Determine the desired amount of links you would like to add or remove.

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To remove links:
  • To remove links:

    • Use the same process used in Step 2 to remove the second link pin.

    • The two link pins and the links should now be detached.

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To add links:
  • To add links:

    • Push both link pins back into the watch. Make sure to insert the link pin on the front side of the arrow.

    • Lightly tap a hammer until pins are flush against both sides of the watchband.

  • When adding links, be sure to insert the links at the same time as the link pins.

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For micro adjustments, push the Sim Card Eject tool into the adjustable side of the clasp. Carefully move pins to the correct fitting holes.
  • For micro adjustments, push the Sim Card Eject tool into the adjustable side of the clasp. Carefully move pins to the correct fitting holes.

  • Do your best to not let the pins slip outside the metal clasp as they are difficult to get back in.

Do not let the pins slide out past the band AT ALL!!! There is an internal spring pressing against both the pins at either end of the rod. Allowing the pin to slide out past the band will shoot the internal part of the pin and the spring. The spring and pin ends are NOT held captive inside the rod at all.

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Insert spring into the spring bar. Insert the spring bar pin on both sides of the spring in the spring bar. This is the spring bar pin.
  • Insert spring into the spring bar.

  • Insert the spring bar pin on both sides of the spring in the spring bar.

  • This is the spring bar pin.

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Put the spring bar and spring bar pins through the end of the clasp. Guide one spring bar pin into the hole on the clasp shell. Hold your finger on the other side of the spring bar to keep the parts together.
  • Put the spring bar and spring bar pins through the end of the clasp.

  • Guide one spring bar pin into the hole on the clasp shell. Hold your finger on the other side of the spring bar to keep the parts together.

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Squeeze the spring bar so it fits within the metal sides of the clasp. Guide the other side of the spring bar into the other hole.
  • Squeeze the spring bar so it fits within the metal sides of the clasp.

  • Guide the other side of the spring bar into the other hole.

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Conclusion

To disassemble the clasp, follow the last 3 steps in reverse order.

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These are good tips. Repairing a watch can be tricky especially if moisture creeps in. If you're stuck for help, check out http://TimesTicking.com I have used them many times. Very helpful!

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