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How to remove back to replace battery

I need to change the battery in my navy seal watch. How do I get the back of the watch open to replace the battery.

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Take it to a reputable jeweler who can water test after the cell is replaced...if the gasket gets damaged with the caseback off the watch it will no longer be water resistant and will most definately rust if exposed to water

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