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I recently purchased a GWR Pocket Watch from York Railway Museum. I can open the watch to see the time, but cannot see how to open the back to adjust it (it is currently on BST) or to change the batt


All watches open from the back. Closely inspect the back cover and find the depression in the edge that a thin knife edge can pry open the cover. Search carefully and pry open but do not force. Most watches are very tightly sealed to prevent moisture from entering, however, if you can pry open at some point along the back cap, look for a thin rubber gasket. If there is not a gasket no worries. Use a C-clamp or hand-vise to clamp the back cover tightly. Be sure to allow the stem slot, adequate clearance so you don't damage it. Look for a "dip" in the case back and locate stem. Hold in place with tape while you squeeze the back into place using the c clamp or vise slowly.

Jan 07, 2015 | Watches

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How do you remove JARAGAR watch links?


Most likely it is going to be with a needle press... available on both eBay & AMAZON... but unless you are planning on having a lot of wrist size changes... or a large collection of HIGH END watches...
You would be better off to take it to a serious jeweler

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Feb 28, 2013 | Watches

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How to open the back of the ar-0432?


at the back of the watch, look at the upper side of the watch there is a small opening that means that is the side where you can open it. just use a knife opener or a small flat tools to open it. i hope this helps you a lot.

Aug 10, 2011 | Giorgio Armani Emporio Armani Ar0432...

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How to open the back


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Determine the type of case back on the watch. Set the watch face down on a soft surface and look at the back. If it has slots, it is defined as a screw-back case. If it is smooth, it is defined as a snap-back case.
2

To open a screw-back watch, use the metal blade of a standard screwdriver to turn the slots counterclockwise. A case-back wrench, which can be purchased at watch-repair stores, can also be used. Set the metal tips of the wrench into the back's slots and turn it counterclockwise to open.
3

For a snap back case, place the metal blade of a standard screwdriver in the indent between the watch and the case. Gently apply pressure to lift the case up and off of the watch.
4

Close the case back by setting it back onto the watch. For snap-back cases, line up the indent on the side of the watch and press gently on the case back to close. For screw-back cases, use the screwdriver blade or case-back wrench to turn the slots clockwise, thereby closing the case shut.

Feb 06, 2011 | Bulova Watch

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How do you open the back of an antique Elgin pocket watch


You might be able to pop it open with a pocket knife ... don't stab yourself though.

Mar 08, 2010 | Elgin Circa 1904 Watch

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Cannot open clasp prestige replica rolex


1)Unscrew the crown until it pops out, the same way you would unscrew the crown to change the time on the watch.
2)Place the watch case opener in the notches around the outside of the back of the watch case. You have to use a watch case opener made for Rolex watches to open the watch. Once the case opener is in place, twist it and the back will pop open.
3)Use a mini screwdriver to loosen a tiny screw on the inside of the watch located near the stem. You do not need to unscrew fully--only loosen it.
4)Pull the crown straight out. The crown and stem should come out easily.
To open the back of the watch
1)Purchase a Rolex watch back opener set, if you do not already have one. This set is able to open and close any size of Rolex case.
2)Match the size of your Rolex case with the same size of grooved metal die from the tool set.
3)Put the metal die on the grooves on the back of the watch case.
4)Turn the die to remove the case.
5)Remove the rubber gasket.
This will help. Thanks please keep updated.please do rate the solution positively .thank you for using fixya



Dec 31, 2009 | Bulova Watch

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Need to change the battery on my fossil watch but can't seem to remove the back of the watch to do so


good morning ! if your watch is waterfroop design that`s have a tread so if you want to open the case back you need a wrench or opener, but if your watch is snop in design you need a knife to open the case back,and change the battery,thank you,

Aug 27, 2008 | Fossil Watches

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Canot get the back off my Indiglo watch to change the battery


There is different proccedure for different watch to take out the back. Following are some of the proccedure to open the backcover of the watches:-
1. Some plastic watch have four screw in the back, you just have to unscrew the screws and take out the back.

2. Some of the watch have press back technology, which enables the watch to be water resistant and thus, the backcover of these watches are pressed very tight. You just need a back opener, and at the back if this back opener has to placed between the case and backcover and has to be tilted and backcover can be opened.
(Backopener is a tool which is like thick & hard blade with sharp edges like knife but not very sharp; these edges can get easily between the gap of backcover and case. - this tool can be obtained from any watch tools store easily)

Jul 23, 2008 | Timex Watches

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Opening back of watch for battery replacement


Turn the watch sideways & look around the edges of the back of the watch. You may have to use a magnifier to do this. Look for an area that has a gap. Put the knife there & pry it open. Hope this helps.

Mar 01, 2008 | Watches

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