Question about Dakota Angler II 3864-9 Pendant Watch
Be careful that you do not try to pry the entire white battery holder out of the watch to get at the second battery. You simply lift the top up, leaving the battery leads that go to the red LED microlight. This can be tricky, so be careful. Having said that, I was not too delicate and they survived when I replaced the bottom battery. The batteries in my watch were the CR2032 for the LED and the SR927W for the watch. (The SR927W has a generic matching to the 399 series batteries that can be picked up at most watch, pharmacy and grocery stores. The Duracell 395/399 replacement fit into mine.) Note that after I pried my white battery holder up, I had to press it back down FIRMLY in order to make the red LED light work again.
Posted on Feb 09, 2012
Did you change the battery yourself? Did you have instructions? The reason I ask is only because some watches/etc have more the one battery for various functions. Sometimes there are more batteries underneatch the battery you replaced.
I would call the manufacturer and ask them if you have the number.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
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