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As I catched from some russian videos you should just gently pull the bezel off (still no video with removing itself - sorry). Normally you should not bent those 3 rivets before you remove the bezel. Using some plastic sharp things as levers applying them in the points where those 3 rivets are and around pull bezel out - gently, carefully!!!. It is not glued, just firmly fixed on the plastic(?) round. Somehow like that. Hope this will help.
Thanks Alex. I have not attempted any further disassembly as I have become busy with other clocks. I am hoping to hear from someone who has mastered a disassembly of this clock. Rod.Rod, I understand Russian quite well)) and I can translate for you but there not much more then that I have already tryed to mention in my previous message. Still if you would like we can discuss it by voice and I will translate each word.
I still not fully sure if that guy on video I shared to you give the best advice, but I did not find anything better in "Russian internet" yet.