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I just bought a new watch and I am never one to pay for something I know I could learn how to do myself. Hence the name DIYMIKE. Thanks for watching! Please subscribe for more DIY videos! Check out my Blog Fullaxiom.com.Jun 13, 2014 · Watch Band Link Identification: Cotter Pin Links: You can recognize a link held together with cotter pins by turning it and looking at each edge of the band. If one side has a smooth pin end, and the other end looks like it has a very thin groove across the top, you are probably dealing with a cotter pin.

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