Introduction

Sometimes the Time Setting Button on this model will get stuck or rusted. If your time setting dial is having problems, then this guide can teach you about opening up your watch carefully and identifying the internal components of the time setting dial. Doing so, you will then be able to clean or replace the dial and get back on time!

Be careful when handling the pin and scissors as both objects are sharp and be gentle when pulling the dial out, forcing it might cause internal damage.

Parts

No parts required.

Keep clasp in open position. Push one of the spring-loaded pins out of the hole with a Push-pin. Wiggle watch band and clasp till free from each other.
  • Keep clasp in open position.

  • Push one of the spring-loaded pins out of the hole with a Push-pin.

  • Wiggle watch band and clasp till free from each other.

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Fit the blades of a pair of scissors into the grooves of the screw back.
  • Fit the blades of a pair of scissors into the grooves of the screw back.

  • Twist the screw back counter clockwise with the scissors.

  • Once the back is loose enough, you can use your fingers to twist it off.

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Press the release button for the Time Setting Dial using a thin pin. Press the release button for the Time Setting Dial using a thin pin.
  • Press the release button for the Time Setting Dial using a thin pin.

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Pull the dial out gently with fingers. Pull the dial out gently with fingers.
  • Pull the dial out gently with fingers.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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