Bezel Removal
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    Bezel Removal

    for a gw3000 . Does anyone know how to remove just the top part or the whole thing? So far I have removed the 2 screws on the side. I thought it will just come off but it is not moving.
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    Re: Bezel Removal

    If it's like all the other G-Shock resin bezels, you will need to slide it off over the buttons. Some models are easier to do this with than others.
    Start on one side or the other, matters not. Then put thumb nail between resin bezel and case. Push outward and upward over the buttons toward the crystal. Once one side is free the other side releases easily. To replace the bezel, hook the bezel on one side with the buttons, then push down while pulling gently outward on raised side to have it slide over the buttons. The bezel screws do not "release the bezel" they are there mainly for extra security.
    Casio/ Citizen/ G-Shock/ Pro Trek/ Seiko

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