Question about Watches
I took my watch to a watch shop. They tried for over 2 hrs to open the watch to change the battery. They could not get it open. The man who worked there said it was the first watch he could not open ever. Does anyone know if there is a special way to change the battery?
Thanks in advance
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Battery Change on T-Touch
there usually is an AC contact point to reset digital watches. Touching the + and the ac point with a conductive wire usually resets the watch. Not sure about the spring- I'm not going to open my Tissot up unless I have to.
Posted on Oct 28, 2007
dont do it yourself it will invalidate the warranty bring it back to the shop the should replace the battery free of charge. it might be more than the battery. if this helps please rate. joe
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
SOURCE: need to change the battery
Go to the watch repairing shop near by your place and get it reapired.
OR let me know your address so I can provide you the repairing center near you.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
Over time the circuitry in a watch can become worn and corroded. This corrosion is usually barely noticeable. More often, you won't be able to see much damage at all. Nonetheless, the circuit is worn and is giving too much resistance to the battery. This is cause the battery to pump too much voltage into the circuit just to run the watch. This is draining your watch very quickly. This is more common as the watch gets older.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
Get a small screwdriver and a file, file the end of the screwdriver down to a fine edge, thin enough to fit the narrowest gap, then carefully lever the case open. Try to avoid being heavy handed, you do not want to scratch the watch when doing this. HTH.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
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