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I have a fossil watch bg1065 how to get batt out

Have back off 3 batterys have 1 out 2 i dont no how to release them

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Look for snap click lock used a big needle to unlock,the lock is in side where the battery is .If you have a jewelry screw its better.Maybe the of the battery is 920,use Maxell SR 920,or RENATA is also best.

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