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Re: Pulsar battery replacement
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!!
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No. Most likely not. Try contacting the manufacturer and give them a description of your watch. They most likely wont be able to help you becuase you need the numbers off the back of the watch in order for them to identify the watch...
mcdevito75 here, While a battery change is fairly easy, you will need a set of precision screwdrivers, you can improvise but could ruin your watch, Look for a small watch repair shop in your area the $15.00 will equal your time, effort, and tools you"d need. Plus the battery lasts a year.
To restart the watch, you have to short the battery with a pin that sits under a sticker on the back of the watch. The sticker is supposed to explain that. You can usually do it with a pair of sharp scissors or tweezers. Without "jumpstarting" the watch, just installing a new battery won't start the watch. (I don't know why.)
I haven't seen this watch but I suspect the thin metal peice is the battery retainer. If so look carefully to see if it clips over the module at provably several points. If so gently prise them up to release the retainer. Wipe off new battery and install the correct way up. Replace retainer ensure it is correctly clipped in at all points. Set about recalibration process. If it doesn't have clips perhaps it has screws. If so remove them etc. Pleae rate this solution.
Do not panic yet - all you need is the battery replacement. Don't mind that the watch is less than a year old - it may laid in sellers store for a year or so and as the watches are not refitted with the brand new battery at the selling point, they may have underpwered battery much more quicker than you expected Find your nearest watch repair shop and ask for battery replacement. Your watch will tick as brand new and will last much longer then before.