Question about Oakley GMT OAK0531 Wrist Watch
Way back in July of 1992 I purchased a Jules Jurgensen Calendar Wrist Watch. Because I was using a Seiko watch then, I kept this Jules Jurgensen watch away for future use. Now I wanted to use it, but it is not working. I believe the battery is dead and would need a replacement. I would appreciate it if you can give the exact description of the required battery needed to make the watch run properly. Thank you for your assistance.
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Here's my suggestion. Take it to the jewelry dept at
Walmart. Do you have one where you live.
They'll replace for free - Battery $8
Watch how they do it with their tools and you'll know how to do it yourself in the future.
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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