Question about Timex Expedition C45981 watch
I have problems with all watches finding that second battery.
The second battery is located underneath the top part of watch movement wich consists of two parts screwed or clipped together. Actually it is the bottom, not the top part, as 99% of watches are opened from the caseback side.
Some watches are assembled in the way, that after extracting the big battery, you can reach the second battery through the hole in movement. If this is not a solution in your particular case, then you have to take apart watch movement to reach the second battery.
If movement parts are held together by screws- simply unscrew them. If movement is held together with 'clip-on' steel plate- you have to unclip the plate by pulling all clips outwards from movement.
Allways memorise the polarity of batteries and the correct position of every watch movement part, even screws. This will make reassembly easy and correct. If there are any screws you need to unscrew- do not mix them up as they can be different lengths and sizes. Screw them back in the same holes they came out.
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Posted on Jan 14, 2009
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