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Thread: Submariner 93150 flip lock pin

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    Master
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    Submariner 93150 flip lock pin

    Quick Q.

    While swapping out the bezel on my 16800, I noiced that the flip lock was just hanging off one side. Fortunately, I found the little pin that had fallen out one side. I've popped it back in, and all seems well, but should I be thinking of some kind of additional step, glue or whatever it may be, to make sure that it doesn't come out again? Looking at it now, compared to how it used to look, clearly the little pin/rivet thing had been working its way out for the past year or two.

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    It is a pressure fit part. If you could just push it in with your fingers then it would be best to replace the pin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by me32dc View Post
    It is a pressure fit part. If you could just push it in with your fingers then it would be best to replace the pin.
    Thanks. Wasn't sure if as you suggest, or that it originally had some kind of bonding agent etc. It needed a pair of pliers to get back in, so I'll just leave it as it is for now.

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