Thanks. I'd already found the manual - It's the only info I've been able to get off the internet. Unfortunately it sets out everything but the instructions for removing the dial.
I've include some pictures of the case and the movement below. The forum wont let me put the actual pictures or hyperlinks in this thread as my post count is too low, so I'm afraid you'll have to cut and paste the following into a browser.
Does that mean that I just have to gently prise the dial from the movement?
Also is there an easy way to determine the crystal size/shape from the markings on the case?
Apologies for what must seem stupid questions. I'm a complete novice at this and am only trying to repair this watch as it has sentimental value. Nobody here (including Citizen UK) seems interested in repairing it professionally, so I really appreciate your help.
Cyrstal looks like it is press fit with a crystal gasket...press out, measure thickness and diameter and buy a replacement of the material of your choice (mineral glass or sapphire). Can't read reference number from your posted picture well enough to look up by case number. Regards, BG