Tip & How-To about Casio Wave Ceptor WV57HA-1AV Wrist Watch

Performing Watch Battery Replacement

There are different types of watches worn, from the simple, casual designs to the large, Swiss-made pieces of art for the elite. Regardless of the type, they all need routine care and maintenance to keep them running and looking good. One of the best long-term investments you can make in a watch is in battery replacement.

When it comes to watch battery replacement, the first step is to test the battery and ensure that it is the source of the problem. There are numerous watch and battery testers available that will allow you to test watch movement while it is closed.

Once you have determined that the battery is the problem, open the case. As you are proceeding with this process, confirm what kind of battery you have and the correct size replacement you will need. Take a note of the current battery number before you remove it. This will be helpful in case the batter slips out of the case and gets lost. For some batteries, you may need to reset the movement before they can function again.

When you have finished changing the battery, replace the back on the watch before putting it on again.



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