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How to release the battery clip on Casio Databank DBC-1500?

I need to know how to release the battery clip (metal retainer over the top) on a Casio databank DBC-1500 (same as the DBC310-1 or any of the other plastic case variants, or the 30, 150, or 300 page Telememo watches, uses Module 1477 or 1478 and a CR2016 battery). Looks like it would be very simple if you know what spot to press for a release.
Also, if anyone knows how to swap modules, or a a link for this info, it would be appreciated.
The standard (simple) user manuals do not have this info (but if you need them, they can be found (if you have the module #) at:
http://world.casio.com/wat/download/en/manual/ )
Thanks!

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  • cw2go Aug 10, 2009

    Okay, solved my own problem: You need to take






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    the smallest available jeweler's screwdriver and slip the blade into a tiny slot on the *Bottom* tab
    and unhook the tab to release it.
    If the module is moved too much, the side buttons can pop in so they no longer bear on their respective switches, which means the module must be raised just slighly to take the pressure off, and they need to be gently moved back out to allow you to seat the module correctly. You need to gently hold everything together and test all the side buttons before replacing the back, because if they don't work, you will have to open it up and try again, a major pain.....

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I would get it repaired by a Casio technician it will save a lot of headache. www.casiowatchrepair.com

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  • Matt G Feb 06, 2011

    Thanks for this. You solution solved the problem with my dads watch. Perfect.

    Matt

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