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    Default Citizen stem removal...

    Hello...

    I'm getting grey hairs from this movement: Citizen cal. 7302A.

    I can't get the stem out! I have tried looking under great magnification, while working the stem in and out, looking for a place to press.

    But i can't find it!!

    Anyone know where to press, or maybe where i can get a service manual for that movement, so i can look up, how to get the stem out?

    Best Regrads Rune B

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    Default Citizen stem removal... (RE: RunesS)

    Hello...

    I'm getting grey hairs from this movement: Citizen cal. 7302A.

    I can't get the stem out! I have tried looking under great magnification, while working the stem in and out, looking for a place to press.

    But i can't find it!!

    Anyone know where to press, or maybe where i can get a service manual for that movement, so i can look up, how to get the stem out?

    Best Regrads Rune B

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    Bilal Hassan
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    Default Citizen stem removal... (RE: RunesS)

    Rune,

    I do know for a fact that Citizen sources many of their movements from Miyota, a Japanese movement manufacturer. Go to Miyota's movement page here:

    http://www.citizen.co.jp/miyota_mvt/

    and try searching for your movement. One small trick that I have successfully tried is the following: The last two digits of your movement "02" are usually the same as those of a Miyota movement, while the first two numbers/letters are usually different. Look under the drop-down links on the left and click on all "02" suffix movements...you might find your movement.

    Regards,
    Bilal
    Clarksville, MD

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    Default Citizen stem removal... (RE: RunesS)

    Hello Bilal...

    Thanks for the link!! Very usefull!

    But i found out, by asking another person...

    I needed to lift the set lever, then the stem popped right out...

    Best regards Rune B

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    Default Re: Citizen stem removal... (RE: RunesS)

    Hi
    I need to replace the 2105 quartz for my watch. I have the spare part mvt but do not know how to remove the crown and stem , and the hour/minute/second hands. Need a quick tip on how to remove the stem and crown first. Saw that you solve your problem. can share. thanks in advance

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