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How do I get the back off a techno master watch to replace battery?

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Mcdevito75 here, Generally the back of most watches simply prys off with a case opener tool to avoid scratching, then you may need Jewelers screwdrivers to release the battery hold dowm clamp, or a cover protecting the battery. It"s fairly easy but still as with anything what to do if something goes wrong, the battery will last a year and if you have a problem, even if you over come that problem it may not be worth the effort. BEST BET, look for a small watch repair shop in your area for a new battery install, approx. $15.00

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