Question about Casio Sea-Pathfinder SPF40-1V Wrist Watch
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: replacing the battery..
This is going to be tricky not have seen that watch before at all. BUT like most Casio's there screwed casebacks.
All you have to do is undo the 4 screws (usually) and take of the back gently remove the battery? Sometimes it has 2 small screws if you gently unwind one a few turns and the other take compleltely out and set aside. Remove the battery and take it your local battery shop (sorry from australia so I don't know where you get your batteries walmart perhaps?) and replace it in the reverse order. Sorry if its so vague I haven't seen that watch before
Hope it helps
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
Bring it to a watch repairman, or into a watches/jewelery store to order it.
You also can try to order online through Casio website (Many watch company's websites only sell replacement parts through watches/jewelery stores or repairmen, not to individual.)
Posted on Feb 19, 2011
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