6106-9010 Broken Stem Release?

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    6106-9010 Broken Stem Release?

    Alright, so I purchased an M330 Sealion on eBay and just had a chance to pull the crystal and attempt to remove the movement. However, when I was attempting to depress the stem release I noticed it was moving around pretty freely I.E. flopping back and forth when I move the watch and is not allowing me to pull the stem. So it has come loose or has possibly broken. With that being the case, how in the world do I pull the stem and remove this movement?

    Any insight would be great because this is a frustrating issue...

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    Re: 6106-9010 Broken Stem Release?

    No ideas anyone? This is a really dumb problem, and I fear breaking the stem is the only way out...?

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