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Check out the brand/manufacturer name and the serial number. Google out the contact number for the customer service for that brand/manufacturer and once you speak to them, provide them the serial number, they will answer your query to your expectation.
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Just enter the keywords Serial number search in the search bar of your browser. I just did that and came back with a serial number registry. here is the link. Serial Number Registry Search
You can refine your search by specifying the type of product that your SN relates to.
specific serial numbers are usually on the box or the reatilers tag. Caseback numbers are enough for ordering and service. These are the numbers on the back of your watch. If there is more than one number there then 1 number is the style number and the other is the serial number. For more specific info I recommend you contact email@example.com
Please do not trust a person that is not experienced in replacing the capacitor. This is not a simple job like replaceing a battery in a quartz watch. I do this every day and like to use a good microscope to be sure of proper alignment of the insulator that goes between the battery and the strap. Don't let an inexperienced person screw up your nice watch