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Well the title says it all .I've taped off the watch as not to scratch it,I hit with a hairdryer to loosed up the loctite (if its used).I got one screw out but can't get the other side to slide out or unscrew ???
So whats the trick ...Please help TIA
 

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If you've removed the one screw, then screw it back into the tube portion only a little, then push it in to expose the screwhead of the tube. This will give you access to remove the tube once you've completely unscrewed the two pieces again. Just make sure the watch is secure so you do not kludge the slots in the screws or put a divot in the case. ;-)

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The bracelet and case are really very well mated. The tolerances are really very tight, which makes that case/bracelet combo hard to beat!

It does add an extra layer of difficulty when it's not been cleaned over a long period of time as the build-up of grime makes it even more of a challenge to get apart!

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Definitely a well machined piece.

Well here's what I did for a little different look and feel

 

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Looks good, congrats. BTW, I use a tooth pick to push out the bar.
 
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