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Changes to Step #4

Edit by Andrew Optimus Goldheart

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[* icon_note] Using a curved blade minimizes the chance of scratching the case or cracking the glass. Only pry with the curved section of the blade, and not the tip or flat section.
[* black] Place the curved section of the blade in the gap between the glass and casecase on the lower edge of the watch face, and press firmly down into the gap.
[* icon_caution] Be very careful to have complete control over the knife—once the gap opens, if you're pressing too hard on the knife it may continue in and cut the battery.
[* black] Place the curved section of the blade in the gap between the glass and casecase on the lower edge of the watch face, and press firmly down into the gap.
[* icon_caution] Be very careful to have complete control over the knife—once the gap opens, if you're pressing too hard on the knife it may continue in and cut the battery.
[* icon_note] This should wedge the gap wider and cause the glass to lift slightly away from the case.
[* black] When the glass has lifted, gently rotate the knife down, opening the gap more by pushing the glass up.