Question about Geneva J06345 Wrist Watch
Take a small hammer and a plastic push pin. Look at the pins in your watch. One side will have a line going through the tip of the pin, and the other side may also have that, but it will be less pronounced. Set your watch on a soft surface (couch cushion or cork board, for example) and place the pushpin onto the pin you want to remove. Tap with a hammer until a few millimeters are sticking out on the other side. Take a pair of needlenose pliers and remove the pin. To put a pin back in the band, push it back in until you cannot push anymore, then use your needlenose pliers to push the pin in the rest of the way. Good luck!
Posted on Feb 07, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
For my relic ZR15372, all I did was take a thin, hard object (a thumbtack in my case) and carefully pushed out the connecting bar from the link.
If you look at the inside of the band of your watch, you may notice that on some of the links (the ones nearest the clasp for me) there is a little arrow pointing at the side - if you look at the side of the links, there should be a little hole, big enough to push a thumbtack into. If you apply enough pressure (again, carefully - no need to stab your thumb or any other part of your body), the connector pin should slide out a little on the other side. Then it's just a matter of pulling the pin out - perhaps a pair of tweezers would do the trick.
Hope this works for you!
Posted on Mar 04, 2008
Could be a number of different ways. Some newer watches have multiple clasps that make it easier for you to adjust it yourself. Check the bottom of the band for extra clasps.
Without seeing the watch I have no idea what type of links you have. I suggest taking it to a reputable watch repair shop and have them adjust it for you! It will save you the frustration of having to search for a small screw or pin if it should fall on the floor!
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
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