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Dead battery I think my watch battery is dead how do I open the cover to change a battery and what is the battery? Thanks for your help Chris

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Water resistant my arse. I have had loads of these crap watches and only now learnt my lesson that they never will get any better

Posted on Jul 09, 2007

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Take it to a qualifed watchmaker or send it to fossel.This watch is water resitant and MUST be tested to insure that it remain that way.

Posted on May 13, 2007

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I believe a local watch repairer will replace the battery for around 5$ that should include the battery, depends on the person.

Generally the battery is replaced by opening the back cover of the watch, in some cases special tools might be required.

the details of the battery read on top the one currently inside it.

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I think it said in the manual that you had to use metal tweezers to reset the thing. Check the manual again under the changing battery section.

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Mine did the same thing after changing the battery and would reset intermittently without warning. For some unknown reason I decided to open the watch again. This time I reset the time and date with the back off the watch while deprssing the small spring that is there on the inside . Haven't had a problem since. Don't know if this is the solution but it worked for me. Good luck!

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