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hello, would someone have a suggestion about how to loose a super tight crown (the top left one for the diving bezel) on a JF V7 ROO Diver? I have no idea why - but it's suddenly as if glued to the case. No chance to move that crown anymore. I tried with some screw loosening oil over a couple of days with no result. I am tempted to open the watch on my own (not yet have I found a watchsmith for reps in my area of Germany). Would I need a crystal remover tool? I have an amateur watchmakers tool kit and less than amateur skills. Any idea how to save me from opening and ruining the watch completely? Many thanks upfront and best regards, B.