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What battery do I need for an ll bean field watch

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SOURCE: ok, my dad let me

yes you need a special opener tool.
You might get lucky with a pair of needle nose pliers.
Use the nose in two slots opposite from each other.
Counter clockwise is to open.

Posted on Nov 25, 2010

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Ok, my dad let me have some of his older watches, one of which is an ll bean field watch which i like very much, i need to replace the battery how can i take the back plate off? it has 6 indentations...


yes you need a special opener tool.
You might get lucky with a pair of needle nose pliers.
Use the nose in two slots opposite from each other.
Counter clockwise is to open.

Nov 25, 2010 | Watches

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Is a special tool required to reinstall the back after replacing the battery.


mcdevito75 here, Not really, but it depends on the maker of your watch, if the back prys off then it simply snaps back on, if there are screws holding the back on you"ll nedd Jewelers screwdrivers, if there are square holes around the back you"ll need a special tool to unscrew the back. Best Bet, have a small watch repair shop change your battery.

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Hi on my field&stream F196gkbs the sweep


This is an early warning sign to get the battery changed .The watch should still keep time for a couple of weeks.

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My watch battery low. watch name MOVADO series 800


mcdevito75 here, Movado a FINE watch, BEST BET, look for a small watch repair shop in your area to change the battery, Movado watches have a very good over all value and any damage can lessen that value, not to mention the jewelers screwdriver you"ll need to change that battery.

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What kind of battery does the watch need?


Take your watch to your nearest watch shop and ask them to do it for you.

You can get into difficulty replacing batteries and it is not worth the risk for the small cost saving.

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I have gone through 3 different watches, 2 fossils and one Bulova. All of them would just stop after a couple of months. I would replace batteries, then they would stop again. Is there any truth to the...


This is not a myth, but reality. Every living thing has it's own electric field and so do the humans. The difference is in density of that field - some has stronger, some weaker. And this is the cause of fast battery discharge and mciromotor stoping. Very few people has this field so dense, that the battery driven watch stops as soon as this person touches the watch. Most common is the case when the wearer of the watch needs to replace watch battery very frequently,so, I suggest you are one of them.
Consider of buying an automatic mechanical watch (spring driven). These watches are more expensive then their battery driven counterparts, but they can last for generations if looked after.
Do not buy kinetic or solar powered watches as you will expierence the same struggle as with battery driven watch.

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Mar 19, 2009 | Watches

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Chane the batteries


good day dear cherished customer.
my name is eltoyosi and am here to help you.
You an change the batteries of your field and stream wrist wach by going to the back and gently getting the flip covering the backside of the wrist watch and there you will see the battery which needs replacement, you know replace the old battery with a new one recommended for field and stream F116GWBS
thanks
hope to hear how it went.

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Battery


a 395 cell is what is normally put in this watch from the manufacturer I wouldnt advise using a lithium battery

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Field & Stream Mens Watch, F42GUBS


Take the watch to a jeweller. They should have all the batteries and seals and tools necessary for the job, and it rarely takes long or costs that much. you could probably manage yourself, but getting the seals especially is easiest through a jeweller anyway. Most likely reason for any watch to be not working is the battery, the next would be moisture inside - normally visible round the screen/face. always worth replacing the battery to see, unless the watch cost less than the battery, which it didn't. Hope this helps :)

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