Introduction

You might try keeping track of the screws with the use of a magnetic mat.

Parts

No parts required.

Using the T3 Torx Screwdriver, remove the two 2.00mm long screws from the inside of the clasp.
  • Using the T3 Torx Screwdriver, remove the two 2.00mm long screws from the inside of the clasp.

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Black Friday
Broken doesn't stand a chance.
Remove the metal plate with the serial and model number on it by pulling it straight up around the two hooks.
  • Remove the metal plate with the serial and model number on it by pulling it straight up around the two hooks.

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Pull the two securing pins out of the rubberized part of the band.
  • Pull the two securing pins out of the rubberized part of the band.

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Conclusion

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

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Chad Steese

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where can I purchase the replacement part

jeepgirlutah - Reply

+1 for Jeepgirlutah

Guide is not for replacing clasp, it just is for removing it... It has no use to remove the clasp while it is still properly attached.

The real question is on how to replace it when it is broken (like ripped off like mine did).

dopplerdefekt - Reply

I am a broken the strap where it holds the small piece of metal. I need a new belt spare? thanks and regards

Xavier Ribas Roig - Reply

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