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check the caseback of your watch, hold it upright turn it around. look at the markings, if the markings is doesnt match the upright postion you have to open it then put the caseback on its proper position because the part that is beeps is attached on the caseback and the machine has small spring to connect power on it. i hope i had been helped you.
These watches are designed so that "regular" people can't adjust them. My advice (if you want to wear it) is to take it to a jeweler and spend the 20 bucks. If not, you should take it back and find one that fits. Target takes them back without a receipt - especially if you just want to exchange it.
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.