Stem removal SBCM023 (8F35 caliber)
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    Stem removal SBCM023 (8F35 caliber)

    Does anyone know how to remove the stem from an SBCM023? Hopefully it can be done without removing the battery. I've looked for a release lever but could not see any at all crown positions.

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    Check drawing on page 5 of the attached Technical Guide. On the left you see an arrow labelled PUSH.
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    Re: Stem removal SBCM023 (8F35 caliber)

    Quote Originally Posted by El @ View Post
    Check drawing on page 5 of the attached Technical Guide. On the left you see an arrow labelled PUSH.
    Thanks for the pdf. I'll have to look closer when i have more time to study it but the quick glance shows i have to take the battery out. I was going to do this without removing the battery. Not a problem just changes my strategy

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    Correct. Since the large battery takes up all space above mov.t, nothing can be done w/o removing it. Resetting date is not difficult, follow instruction in the TG, or in the many guides that have been written.

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