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|Taking out the Stem on a Mako ?|| Rate Topic
|Posted: Sun May 20th, 2012 07:01 pm||
|Need to clean the crystal (foggy)
Gold Eco-Drive Dress
1995 Citizen Wingman
Blue Mako Dolphin
1001 Pro Diver Auto NH35A movement
Grand Diver 11751 NH35A Movement
|Posted: Sun May 20th, 2012 07:52 pm||
|Got this from a poster on WUS:
Don't know for sure on this movement, but most 46 series movements have same setup - when you pull out your crown all the way - a little "lip" pops out near the stem. Use a toothpick or a small screw driver to press it down and it'll release stem with a crown. Hope this helps.
I also read another person saying that he didn't notice the lever until he used a loupe
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