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Clock just stopped ticking

My peugeot clock stopped ticking. I think it's the battery but can't be sure. Does anyone know how I can open this clock and what batteries I need to get to solve the problem?

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Best option is to take it to your local wtch repair shop and pay their small proffessional fee to have it done by someone who knows what yhey are doing

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