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Pulsar battery replacement

Can't see how to remove the back of the watch to eplace the battery. Looks like the back is all one piece round to the domed glass.

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Pulsar battery replacement can be found at amazon, here: Rayovac Batteries Lasts as Long Costs Less. Best of luck

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There is either a little lip around the edge of the back plate, or there is 5 notches around the back plate, If a lip use a sharp knife and put in the notch and twist upward, the back should either come off or move in that derection. Now if you cant see a lip, use a razor blade and in betwen the casing and the back plate insert the razor and with a hammer tap LIGHTLY it should come off or move in that derection, and then use a knife to pry off, If it has the notches, use a needle nose pliers and put in the two notches that are farthest apart and turn counter-clockwise. If you are still having problems please let me kno. I will be glad to assist you further. Good Luck!!

Posted on Jul 21, 2008

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