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  1. Hi all! I'm new to this list, just found you folks. This is one of the watches I got from a friend whose mother died last year, and I would like to refurbish it. It works, but the watch face needs cleaning, so I need to take the watch stem out to gain access to the face. Back of the watch shows it's a Seiko 2C21-5041, 452294. I went online to look for a manual, and didn't see it. I have tried all of the dimples, and pressed into that little divet just above the stem, but nothing seems to be happening. There is also a screw that I have tried to unscrew, but it's extremely difficu
  2. I am considering selling leather watch straps, but I have a question before I blindly go ahead and produce a bunch of them. I am wondering if anybody who has worked in the industry for a while can tell me what the most common sizes are of strap pins or lug widths? I would really appreciate it. Thanks in advance. Anthony
  3. Please help me.......I'm trying to find the release button for this watch......there is a spot next to to right of the stem....but I'm unable to release the stem......Thanks
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