Question about Watches
I NEED TO KNOW WHAT Battery
The battery size may be stamped on the back of the watch. Jewelry counters that sell batteries will determine the size and even change it for you. If you are a bit mechanical you can remove the back, mine has little screws but often it is one you pry open with a thin screw driver. You will then see the battery but don't move it until you make note which side is up. The size is stamped on it. Put the new battery in facing the way the old one was and close the cover.
Posted on Apr 27, 2015
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