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Battery in my wrist watch is dead.

I opened the case in the back of the watch but found a large clip holding it down. I was unable to get the clip off. I didn't want to force it off. Help

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Take an eyeglass and examine that contact (you say clip) all the way around till you find where it is going into the movement. You will notice that the ends of the contact is cliped on the small plastic knobs. Take fine pointed tweezers and undo the contact ends by pulling them outwards. That should release the battery.

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