NO, NO, NO, YOU DON”T NEED TO REMOVE CERAMIC BACK. just remove the 4 securing pins and the watch body can be easily removed without breaking the back
Your’e right Daniel, You don’t need to remove the ceramic back at all, just slide a thin piece of plastic or metal down the inside of the casing, approximately 15mm from the strap opening and you should be able to push the pins out enough to remove with fine tweezers. when all 4 pins are out the watch body can be removed safely without damaging the back at all
NO! YOU DON”T NEED TO REMOVE THE CERAMIC BACK AT ALL!!!!!
You can safely remove all 4 pins by sliding a thin piece of plastic or metal down the inside of the case to slide the pins out
Its far easier to remove watch from body by unscrewing the crown, remove the bottom ring then heat the bezel a little so that you can turn the bezel about 10mm counter clockwise with a razor blade edge, then push the whole body of the watch through the metal casing and it should come out easily through the top of the watch in one piece making it easier to access the pcb without damaging anything
You don’t need to remove the ceramic back, just remove the securing pins and the whole assembly can be removed without damaging the back
You don’t need to remove the rear ceramic plate from the watch, You just need to remove the 4 securing pins which slot into where the band goes then the whole watch can easily be removed without damaging the ceramic back
The bezel can be pried off carefully as it’s held on with a plastic ring on the inside but be careful as beneath the bezel are 4 tiny bearings mounted on 4 tiny springs
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