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Hi, You may know that this watch runs on two batteries, one
for digital display and another for analog hands. If the analog hands
stop working all you need to do is to replace the battery and please replace both at the same time since the band and cover take some effort
to remove. You need to take off the both bands first to access the back side than the back cover with a small knife.. Just in case,if you need the user manual here is the link. Timex watch: http://www.timex.com/info/Product_Instruction_Guides_Downloads . Take care.. Regards
If you have a watch with a dead battery, you can replace the battery yourself. However, it is often difficult to remove the back cover of the watch case. Every watch is different, some may unscrew, while others will pry off, particularly common in less expensive watches. Locate a very small tab (or recessed area) on the edge of the back cover. This is the access point for removal. You can find this sometimes by running your fingernail around the back rim, as this tab or indentation can be hard to see.
Pull out the stem, which releases the back on some watches.Get a small flathead screwdriver it needs to be a thin inflexible tip. Use a kitchen knife as a last resort. Wrap the hand you are holding the watch with in a towel or protect your hand in some manner so you don't injure yourself if the screwdriver/knife slips. Very carefully slide the blade under the tiny metal protrusion on the back cover (or across the length of the recessed area, depending on which type of cover your watch has). Do not attempt to insert the point of the knife. Use the length of the blade. Get under the tab or recessed area and gently but firmly turn the blade upward, popping the cover off. When you replace the cover, make sure you line up the stem slot on the cover with the stem of the watch.
Or you can take to local jeweler to have them professionally do it with professional tools for between $8-15. My best advice there.
do you mean you want to replace the battery for your watch?
This isn't a difficult task to carry out. Simply get a small flat screw driver, use the screw driver to open the back cover of the watch, then you will see the battery of your watch. Remove the battery and replace with a new batter, cover back the watch and that's all.
Note that you will apply force with the screw driver when you are trying to open the back cover of the watch.
1. Use a coin turn the battery hatch one-quarter turn counter-clockwise 2. Remove old battery from compartment. Keep plastic cradle and replate with 395/SW927R battery. Replace the new battery positive side facing up in the plastic cradle into the metal compartment in the watch. Ensure all three little tabs line up and twist cradle to lock into place. Make sure the O-ring is in proper placement on the cover and replace the battery hatch ensuring it is sealed completely!
could be following reason 1, you did not put case back correctly, 2, small spring which connect watch movement from caseback for chime lost during battery change , 3, may be required reset of AC & Battery plus ,, by twizer hope this help