Question about Watches
Batteries are usually held in place by contacts. Contacts are screwed by the 1-2 small screws into the movement.
Some contacts are fixed by 'clip-on' assembly.
Depending on what type of contact you have: unscrew the screws or unclip the end of the contact- the battery will come loose.
In case if the battery still very tightly fit after releasing contact, get some sharp pointed tweezers and pry up the battery by force.
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Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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