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Finding replacement battery for watch (DIY).


If anyone opted out to replace battery in their own watch and do not know what type and size of battery is correct for replacement, just open your watch case back and reed and memorize all the writings on battery your watch allready has in it. All you can do now is to buy exactly the same replacement battery and you will never get it wrong. All that matters is the combination of letters and numbers on battery. Make is not important, so, it can be made by Casio, Maxell, Citizen, Ronda - you name it. Just make sure you are not buying some of those cheap, unknown maker batteries, as they usualy lasts for about few weeks and then they are gone. Choose well known makers name and the battery will power your watch for 2-7 years, depending on each particular watch movement model. In case if you lost your original watch battery, check your watch instruction manual. If you lost both - battery and manual - then there is no other way, but to visit your nearest watch repair shop and ask for help.

on Jan 20, 2010 | Watches

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Battery replacement


If you have a warrantee with your watch you may have to return thew watch to the manufacturerer for battery replacement. Othet than that, most any jeweler can replace the battery. Mike D 75

Jun 07, 2010 | Philip Stein Teslar Stainless Steel Small...

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Battery replacement - Freestyle shark watch


I believe a local watch repairer will replace the battery for around 5$ that should include the battery, depends on the person.

Generally the battery is replaced by opening the back cover of the watch, in some cases special tools might be required.

Jan 30, 2010 | Freestyle Shark X 75036 Wrist Watch

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I need a replacement battery for an original navy seal model (3000)? Does anyone know what type and size is in these watches? Other than sending it to luminox has anyone successfully found a replacement?...


If anyone opted out to replace battery2_bing.gif in their own watch and do not know what type and size of battery is correct for replacement, just open your watch case back and reed and memorize all the writings on battery your watch allready has in it. All you can do now is to buy exactly the same replacement battery and you will never get it wrong. All that matters is the combination of letters and numbers on battery. Make is not important, so, it can be made by Casio, Maxell, Citizen, Ronda - you name it. Just make sure you are not buying some of those cheap, unknown maker batteries2_bing.gif, as they usualy lasts for about few weeks and then they are gone. Choose well known makers name and the battery will power your watch for 2-7 years, depending on each particular watch movement model. In case if you lost your original watch battery, check your watch instruction manual. If you lost both - battery and manual - then there is no other way, but to visit your nearest watch repair shop and ask for help. In your particular case I do not see the reason why you should find the battery, because any decent watchmaker has many different batteries in stock. All you have to do is to find your closest watch repair shop and ask watchmaker to replace the battery. No need at all to send it to Luminox, as this job can be done at any watch workshop with the same precision and quality. In addition you will save money for shipping and pay less for battery itself.
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Jan 29, 2010 | Navy Seal Luminox Dive Watch

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How to replace battery in polar f4 watch


HOW TO REPLACE BATTERY IN MY POLAR TARGET WITH A TS1 TRANSMITTER

Nov 25, 2009 | Polar F4 Heart Rate Monitor Watch

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Watch new battery installed still wont work


First you have to check if the battery is on full power, as sometimes even brand new batteries are underpowered. Good battery should have 1.54 - 1.57 Volts of charge.
If battery is ok and watch still not working - get the battery out and clean (scrape) all battery related contacts with steel needle untill they are shiny. Use the dust blower to get rid of cmall dirt particles.
Replace the battery. Now the watch should work.
If the watch doesn't work after cleaning contacts, then this is mechanical fault and you will need watchmakers help.
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Feb 03, 2009 | Bulova Watch

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Sekonda 3850 battery replacement


Hi, its Richard, after battery replacement before replacing watch back, there is a small hole in the movement near the edge if you look down it there is a metal plate at the bottom gently press this with a fine screwdriver, the display will then come on, it is a reset switch, regards Richard.

Aug 20, 2008 | Watches

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Battery Replacement


I thought you are supposed to touch the neg side of the battery

Jun 01, 2008 | Casio DBC1501 Wrist Watch

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Have timex watch had battery replaced and watch quit working, she had to use clamp device to instal battery


If you had the battery replaced, I'm guessing that the watch wasn't working when you brought it in for a new battery. It may not have needed a new battery. You might need a new watch. I've never heard of anyone needing a clamp for a Timex digital watch. In my experience, they use phillips screws to hold the back to the case. I have a case press for snap-on backs, but that's still unusual for a Timex unless it has a BIG case. I think your watch was shot before you replaced the battery.

Apr 26, 2008 | Casio Atomic-Solar Watch GW300

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