How do you remove strap adapters?

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    How do you remove strap adapters?

    My PRG-40 has strap adapters on it, I'm going to have to take them off to get the backplate back on after its battery change but I'm stuck on how to do it?

    I tried unscrewing it but the screw just turns in the other end. Do you hold one end firm and unscrew at the other? I don't want to risk breaking it by trying the wrong method :-S

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    Re: How do you remove strap adapters?

    Quote Originally Posted by pritch
    My PRG-40 has strap adapters on it, I'm going to have to take them off to get the backplate back on after its battery change but I'm stuck on how to do it?

    I tried unscrewing it but the screw just turns in the other end. Do you hold one end firm and unscrew at the other? I don't want to risk breaking it by trying the wrong method :-S

    Thanks!!
    Hi Prtitch,

    I think its best if you bring it to a Casio Service Centre or a trusted watch dealer around your area.

    cheers~
    SKy

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    Re: How do you remove strap adapters?

    You're doubtless right sky, but I'm basically too mean to take to the jewellers and I've got a full set of tools here and the man side of me refuses to be beaten by a small screw! :)
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    Re: How do you remove strap adapters?

    Hi,

    I have a PAG-40B-2V Pathfinder. I am also trying to remove the blue nylon black leather strap in exchange to a resin band. I can't seem to unscrew both screws. Anybody know how to do this? Thanks in advance!

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    Re: How do you remove strap adapters?

    Hi Pritch -

    I didn't read through but possibly some guidance on the below link.
    http://www.g-peopleland.com/Support.htm

    It does sound like a basic job so I wouldn't bother paying a watchmaker.

    I'm sure all you need is a pair of sharp nosed tweezers, the type you find in a first aid kit. That's all I use.

    A little bit of patience and fiddling and evrything will fall into place

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    Re: How do you remove strap adapters?

    Oh Pritch, and a good small phillips head screwdriver like this can come in very handy for many models, like the GULFMAN


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