Question about Watches
The back plate of most watches is unscrewed by clasping it with a special tools and rotating anti-clockwise. In absence of the special tool a common pair of tweezers will do the job. Once the tweezers tips stick into the marks in the backplate circular panel all you have to do to remove the plate is rotating counterclockwise.
Once the back plate is off, extreme care must be taken with the rubber seal, running around the edge of the case opening. This is very delicate, and damaging or kinking the seal may result in the watch loosing its water proof capacity. For this reason battery replacement is better done at the shop.
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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