Removing condensation from Omega Seamaster 300m Chronometer
I have an Omega Seamaster that I accidentally left the crown open one day and managed to allow some water to enter the watch, when I noticed condensation in my watch crystal I purchased a watch tool kit so I can open the watch and attempt to dry the inside. My question is, after opening the back case, how can I remove the mechanical parts to gain access to the crystal? What would the next steps? I'm fully aware that any and all repairs are at my own risk.