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Does anybody here have the G-2500? The reason for asking is because I'm planning to remove the 3 screws to clean the bezel itself. Is it safe to do so? Its my first G :roll: I've never take any watch apart before, and if anybody has a picture to show me what it's like after the screw is removed I'd greatly appreciate it.:-!

 

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I gave my G-2500 to one of my sons, and haven't taken it apart (yet), but I don't think you have anything to worry about. You might want to remove the strap first via the springbars with either a springbar removal tool or just a very small screwdriver. After that it should just be a matter of not losing any bezel screws.
 

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You're welcome. :-! Let us know if you have any problems, but once the bezel screws are out you should just be able to remove it.
 

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make sure u use the correct size scredriver or u might sheer off the screwhead...also replace each screw back in the hole it came from..and try to follow the thread while screwing back :-! removing the plastic guard will not damage the watch..:-! Good luck
 
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