Question about Pulsar Watches
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.
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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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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