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Hi there, this may be a basic watchmaking question. I apologize if it is, but I couldn't find any information anywhere on either this site or the net. I see two horizontal screws that affix the dial feet to the dial from BENEATH the dial via pins.

This structure differs from the later 6105 dial affixation, which situates the dial feet screws on the sides of the movement as opposed the underneath it.

Does anyone have tips to remove a 62MAS dial from the movement? Thank you very much in advance.
 

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This is from a few spare 6206B movements I pulled. Not cracking open my 62MAS !

Red arrow shows the hike the dial foot goes into
Green arrow points to the set screw
Blue arrow points to the dial foot
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