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Re: Remove the Crystal / Access from the Front

Step 1. Pull out the crown. Some force is required as the force of the split stem jaws needs to be overcome.
Step 2. Remove the crystal. A good technique is to blow air into the crown tube. A rubber air puffer works well, or compressed air at a low pressure also works.
Step3. The movement will now lift straight out.


: Thanks Jeff
: I thought the same however the crystal is so thick and hard and not
: domed. When using a crystal lift tool it will not bend and
: release the tension and worries me to damage the crystal. Maybe
: the correct technique is to pull out the crown first, who knows?
: JB

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