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Hi All,

I bought a cheap fixer upper....I bought the required parts and set to work.

Unfortunately the broken part was more broken than I expected....

The stem was broken. I figured, quick push of the button, a bit of a shake and the stem would come out in my tweezers.

ALAS! the stem was broken in 2 places...once on the threads and once on on the narrow part. How on earth do I get this piece out without tearing my hair out? Or disassembling to get at the keyless works?

PLEASE help!

The movement is a 7D48 Kinetic and for a starter watch it is a little complicated...(I am also gonna do the capacitor while I am in there...):confused:
 

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Thankyou. It is a bit daunting for me. I did grab the files and it seems to make sense. Not much detail on winding stem.

A worry I have is I wound it for a bit hoping something would disengage and the stem piece would fall out...have it crown down ..its running and the day wheels turn just by shaking. Could that be because of the stem piece being loose. Confused and worried this is going to be an expensive experiment
 
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