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Does spinning the bezel no longer cause the watch to scroll? Replacing the bezel may solve the problem. This guide can also be used for general cleaning purposes as well.

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  1. Insert a plastic opening tool under the bezel, and then pry the bezel up. Insert a plastic opening tool under the bezel, and then pry the bezel up.
    • Insert a plastic opening tool under the bezel, and then pry the bezel up.

    Pay attantion to the spring and little ball!

    Eric M. - Contestar

  2. When prying the bezel off, ensure that you don't apply too much force and lose the 3 components needed for reassembly. Doing this over a container to catch the parts is a useful safety measure. 1: Metal Bezel Ring 2: Plastic Retainer
    • When prying the bezel off, ensure that you don't apply too much force and lose the 3 components needed for reassembly. Doing this over a container to catch the parts is a useful safety measure.

    • 1: Metal Bezel Ring

    • 2: Plastic Retainer

    • 3: The Watch Itself

    Ho smarrito il supporto in plastica…dove posso trovarlo? Grazie

    Massimiliano Morichini - Contestar

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  4. Cleaning the metal bezel can be done using the tool previously used to pry the bezel off. There is a small ridge along the inside that will collect gunk. Running the edge of your pry tool through this ridge will clean out anything stuck in there, and make step 5 much easier.
    • Cleaning the metal bezel can be done using the tool previously used to pry the bezel off. There is a small ridge along the inside that will collect gunk. Running the edge of your pry tool through this ridge will clean out anything stuck in there, and make step 5 much easier.

  5. Cleaning the plastic retainer will require much more care than the bezel, due to how fragile it is. Holding it carefully in between two fingers, gently rub a cotton swab against the part that is supported by your finger holding the retainer. Rotate the retainer as you clean the surface to ensure full coverage.
    • Cleaning the plastic retainer will require much more care than the bezel, due to how fragile it is. Holding it carefully in between two fingers, gently rub a cotton swab against the part that is supported by your finger holding the retainer. Rotate the retainer as you clean the surface to ensure full coverage.

  6. The side of the retainer that has a ridged surface needs to face down in the watch. The retainer sits in the groove around the inside of the metal bezel as shown in the image. Take notice of the orientation of the retainer in the image. The retainer should seat in the groove on the bezel without applying force.
    • The side of the retainer that has a ridged surface needs to face down in the watch.

    • The retainer sits in the groove around the inside of the metal bezel as shown in the image. Take notice of the orientation of the retainer in the image. The retainer should seat in the groove on the bezel without applying force.

  7. Once you have the retainer seated in the bezel, place the bezel face down on your watch face placing the side with the split in the retainer down first. If you do not do this, the retainer may not seat properly, as shown in the first photo. If that happens, gently pry the bezel and retainer up by hand, re-seat the retainer in the bezel, and try again.
    • Once you have the retainer seated in the bezel, place the bezel face down on your watch face placing the side with the split in the retainer down first. If you do not do this, the retainer may not seat properly, as shown in the first photo.

    • If that happens, gently pry the bezel and retainer up by hand, re-seat the retainer in the bezel, and try again.

    • Once you have successfully replaced your bezel on the watch, it should feel like new and rotate freely again.

Conclusión

Your Bezel should now be able to rotate freely without any resistance.

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This is kind of a sick joke. The bezel has four of the tiniest screws and ball bearings imaginable which are impossible to find-almost better if you don’t, since you will never get them reinstalled!!

Stephen Ouellette - Contestar

? There are no screws in the bezel, it is exactly as shown here if you have an S2 non-classic

Kevin Criswell -

I did not have any screws, but there were 4 very small plastic bearings! Thank goodness I did not loose them. Be careful. If they come out a little spit and put them back in the socket they sit in and they will stay. I had to try 4 times to get the ring back in right. My bezel moved well before I started but the watch did not react to it. Now after cleaning things are working better.

Patrick Hall -

Das Ablösen funktioniert. Allerdings gibt es eine winzige Kugel und eine winzige Feder, die dabei sich ebenfalls lösen und wieder an die richtige Stelle müssen. Die Gefahr diese zu verlieren ist gewaltig (mir passiert). Man kann diese unter rounded.com nachbestellen. Es ist aber sehr schwierig, diese wieder an die richtige Stelle zu bekommen. Daher ist die Anleitung Schrott.

Stefanie Endres - Contestar

Were I can her the bezel Gera 2

Federico Branca - Contestar

Were I can get the gear 2 bezel

I lo ve in

Federico Branca - Contestar

this is also true for gear s2 classic?

Moa cat - Contestar

No, S2 sport.

free mail -

I regret not having read the comments first.

I lost four springs.

exjang0 - Contestar

Where can you buy the replacement parts for this in the US?

J Andrew W - Contestar

My s2 still wont work the springs and beads never came out and I cleaned the bezel, the retainer, and even cleaned the lining on the watch where the bezel attaches, but it still wont work. Any suggestions?

ASMR_tech - Contestar

Does anyone know how the watch senses bezel rotation? I have a Gear S2 R-730A which has stopped responding to bezel rotation. I have followed the steps in this guide to pull of the bezel and clean things underneath, but the watch still does not respond. I need to know what may need to be replaced to restore the watch’s ability to respond to bezel rotation. Any ideas?

Brian Doe - Contestar

Pay attention on four white plastic balls inside! No photo in this tutorial, why? Use needle on cleaning all holes in the ring. I recommand isopropyl alcohol. But after careful claning the bezel still not works, watches no detect moving with him. Factory reset without result too.

free mail - Contestar

After a few restarts and power off, bezel ring works…

free mail - Contestar

This is the link I used, I have the SM-R720. Parts came on time, and are working good so far, just replaced, so we’ll see if they hold up https://rounded.com/samsung-galaxy-gear-...

Mike Eubank - Contestar

I have lost the bezel, where can I order a replacement bezel? S2 Classic.

Sharon Patterson - Contestar

This is bullshit, when you pop off the ring the little balls will pop out and be lost

Eric Vanhoozier - Contestar

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