I am not a watchmaker. However, I have run into an issue that requires a watchmaker's expertise.
My mother gave me her Skagen watch to replace the battery. No problem or so I thought. After removing the back and replacing the battery, I realized that I would probably need a case closing press. I don't have this tool, so I just worked the back on. It took some time, but I got the watch back together.
When I went to set the time, I realized that the second hand had fallen off and was loose in the case. I believe that I need to get to the watch face if I have any hope of replacing the loose second hand.
First, how do I remove the stem to get to the face? Second, the second hand appears to be in tact. Do you think it just pops back in place?
Please use noobie terms when describing what I need to do. Thank you all in advance for any advice you can offer.