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Klik radio controlled watch

The battery on my watch is dead, the retailer needs the operating instructions to replace the battery and set up the watch, where can I get a copy.

Klik analogue radio controlled watch; battery changed, how to set up?

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Re: Klik radio controlled watch

Dear Friends.
Can any friends scan me KLIK radio controlled watch operating instruction, please.
my email Id:
Kind regards and thanking you in advance,
Shoaib Mamsa

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Re: Klik radio controlled watch

Why would he need the manual to do that ???

The time is self setting !
and to chage the battery just take out the back cover and slide the pin holding the battery in place, and replace it with the with similar battery...

I will try to find the manual for you..

post back in a second

Posted on Jan 09, 2008

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