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removing the stem of a miyota quartz movement ?

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I try to figure out how I can remove the stem of a miyota movement ? It seems that there is no button to push

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The little hole next to where it says "push".

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ID: 3   Posted · Report post

ok I'll try thanks ;)

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Be very very careful. If you move the lever out of the way, you can get into quite a bit of trouble. I think I posted some info about this here

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I don't feel anything when I try to push in the hole

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ID: 6   Posted · Report post

What are you using to push in the stem release lever?

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ID: 7   Posted · Report post

#C the right side

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ID: 8   Posted (edited) · Report post

ok done… don't know what was wrong

thanks for the prompt answer… now I need to mod my new moonwatch :D

Edited by docdoc

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ID: 9   Posted · Report post

I don't feel anything when I try to push in the hole

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ID: 10   Posted · Report post

You may find that the crown will not remove in any position but the hand set position

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ID: 11   Posted · Report post

I don't feel anything when I try to push in the hole… :(

Oh the comedy opportunities for that sentence :whistling::bounce::lol::1a:

That's what she said ?

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That's what she said ?

Hopefully not what she said :lol: (but that is an awesome retort to just about anything) :thumbsupsmileyanim:

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Hopefully not what she said :lol: (but that is an awesome retort to just about anything) :thumbsupsmileyanim:

It would have worked better with He said, but that's not the quote :)

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ID: 14   Posted · Report post

It would have worked better with He said, but that's not the quote :)

I know, I guess it just works best to take the sentence as said by a guy, and think that the lady involved might have had an affinity for extreme insertions :lol: Certainly saves any bruised egos :lol:

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