How to remove movement from this Ruhla watch
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    How to remove movement from this Ruhla watch

    Hello, got this Ruhla watch, which looks very nice, but the movement needs cleaning. I'm not 100% sure how to take the moment out. I suppose thru the crystal, but what about the stem/crown?

    Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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    Re: How to remove movement from this Ruhla watch

    Undoubtedly through the crystal. It may have a split stem, which can be got out either by turning it into the right position and letting the movement slide out from the front; alternatively, you need to pry it out with the right tool. Otherwise, one would expect there to be a release mechanism become visible after the crystal is gone.

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    Re: How to remove movement from this Ruhla watch

    As it happens, you're not the first to by mystified by this kind of watch:

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/f10/ruh...l-3416930.html
    https://forums.watchuseek.com/f10/ruh...e-3432434.html
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    Re: How to remove movement from this Ruhla watch

    Super, thanks guys, very helpful info!

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