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Battery charger where is the location for battery charger plug in the watch radio model FRS22-HH

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Location to charge batteries for COLUMBIA TECH.2-way watch model # FRS22- WH is under watch band. remove the buckle side and its right there.

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Take a look at the plug on the end of the lead which comes from the charger then see if you can see a corresponding socket somewhere on the watch. You may have to remove a small plastic or rubber cover to find it or it may be behind a small door. It's got to fit somewhere, just keep looking. BMW

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A close but not a perfect match....

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120 V AC 60 Hz to 7.5 /v 200ma

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