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to the picturtypes, or IF IWATCH, REFE Case Holding Vise Small Screwdriver EWB-1 Battery Tester Watch Closing Hand Press HowTo_2002 4/18/02 9:10 AM Page 3 SNAP BACK
Look at the back.
Look at the back of the customer's watch and compare it

to the pictures below. If it does not match any of these
types, or IF IT IS A SPECIALIZED OR WATER RESISTANT
WATCH, REFER IT TO A PROFESSIONAL WATCHMAKER.
If the watch looks similar to this,
follow the step-by-step
instructions contained in the RED
section labeled SNAP BACK.
If the watch looks similar to this,
follow the step-by-step
instructions contained in the BLUE
section labeled HATCH BACK.
If the watch looks similar to this,
follow the step-by-step
instructions contained in the GREEN
section labeled SCREW BACK.
HowTo_2002 4/18/02 9:10 AM Page 4 2 Place watch in the case holding vise
Clamp the watch in the case holding vise byopening the two halves of the block, placing thewatch in the middle and gently release or tightenthe two halves so that they hold the watch firmly.
SNAP BACK
If the watch band does not unbuckle or unclasp,separate the band by pressing down with a pointed tool to removethe spring loaded pin that connects the band to the clasp or watch.
Tool needed:
3 Remove the back
Case knife
When no groove is provided, be sure Most case backs are snapped on and a sharp knife is inserted into the can be removed by inserting a blade narrow slot between the back and Twist the tool to into the appropriate notch of the case the case. Once the knife is firnly in snap off back.
or case back and twisting the handle the groove, a slight twist of the knife of the tool to pop off the back.
handle will pop off the back.
IMPORTANT: Before Tools needed: Fine-Point
4 Remove the battery
removing battery(s), be sure to note which side is up. You will have to put the newEnergizer® battery inexactly the same way.
In some watches, thebattery is held in bysmall metal clips. If so, carefully follow Remove the screws with the directions to the SPRING CLIP:
the small screwdriver. BE right for removing the Lift up one end of the metal CAREFUL NOT TO LOSE THEM! various types of clips.
clip with the fine-point Lift the outside edge of the battery Use plastic tweezers CAUTION: CLIP MAY SPRING tweezers. It will come out.
out of its compartment with the to remove battery(s).
OUT. MAINTAIN PRESSURE OR Then remove the battery.
small screwdriver.
SCREW MAY BE EJECTED.
5 Test the batteries
See the battery tester for operating instructions. IMPORTANT: If the watch hastwo batteries and only one tests "replace", replace both batteries. If bothbatteries test "good", there is something wrong with the watch. Refer it to aprofessional watchmaker.
Tools needed:
EWB-1 Battery Tester

HowTo_2002 4/18/02 9:10 AM Page 5 6 Locate replacement battery
Read the number on the old battery and replace with the same or correspondingEnergizer® Watch Battery. Refer to the current Energizer® Watch/Electronic Battery Replacement Guide or the Energizer® battery size checker to find the correct Energizer® battery type number.
7 Clean the battery compartment
Check the battery compartment for dirt and remove it. If you find corrosion, refer watch to aprofessional watchmaker.
Tools needed:
8 Install the new Energizer® battery
Fine Point Tweezers
Plastic Tweezers

IMPORTANT: Be sure to testthe new battery beforeinstalling. For tester setting,f o l l o w m a n u f a c t u r e r ' sinstructions. Use plastic SNAP BACK
tweezers to install the new SPRING CLIP:
Energizer® battery(s) with the Place one end of spring same side up as the one(s) clip in place and firmly push SCREW-ON CLIP:
you replaced. Remember,the watch won't work if the the other end into its slot.
Place the clip over the new Energizer® battery. Hold battery(s) are put in wrong.
Make sure spring clip is in the the screw with the fine point tweezers to start it in the slot to avoid bent spring clips.
hole. Tighten the screw.
9 Close the watch
IMPORTANT: If there is a rubber sealing gasket in the back of the watch,
make sure it is lined up properly before closing back. Snap a metal
adapter that is slightly smaller than the watch back into the upper jaw
of the press. Place the support plate into the bottom of the press and fit
a plastic ring adapter large enough to hold the watch on the support
Tools needed:
plate. Place the watch face down into the plastic ring adapter and press gently on handle until watch back snaps into place.
Hand Press
10 Clean the watch
11 Reset the watch
Gently wipe the watch to remove any Reset the watch and make sure it is working. In fingerprints or smudges.
analog watches, if there is no second hand,observe the minute hand through a magnifying Tool needed:
glass until you see movement.
HowTo_2002 4/18/02 9:10 AM Page 6 2 Place watch in the case holding vise
Clamp the watch in the case holding vise byopening the two halves of the block, place thewatch in the middle and gently release or tightenthe two halves so that they hold the watch firmly.
If the watch band does not unbuckle or unclasp, separate the band bypressing down with a pointed tool to remove the spring loaded pin thatconnects the band to the clasp or watch.
3 Remove the hatch
Unscrew the hatch counter-clockwise byturning a coin in the slot. Once the hatch is loosened, finish unscrewing and remove withfingers. BE CAREFUL NOT TO LET THE BATTERY FALL OUT YET.
Tool needed:
4 Remove the battery
IMPORTANT: Before removing battery(s), be sure to note which
side is up. You will have to put the new Energizer® battery in
exactly the same way. To remove the battery, simply turn the
watch over and it should fall out. If the battery is stuck, gently
pry it out. Use plastic tweezers to remove battery(s).
5 Test the batteries
See the battery tester for operating instructions. IMPORTANT: If the watch has two batteries and only one tests "replace",replace both batteries. If both batteries test "good", there is somethingwrong with the watch. Refer it to a professional watchmaker.
Tool needed:
EWB-1 Battery Tester

HowTo_2002 4/18/02 9:10 AM Page 7 6 Locate replacement battery
Read the number on the old battery and replace with the same or corresponding Energizer® Watch Battery. Refer to the current Energizer® Watch/Electronic Battery Replacement Guide or the Energizer® battery size checker to find the correct Energizer® battery type number.
7 Clean the battery compartment
Check the battery compartment for dirt and remove it. If you find corrosion, refer watch to aprofessional watchmaker.
8 Install the new Energizer® battery
IMPORTANT: Be sure to test the new battery before installing. For
tester setting, follow manufacturer's instructions. Use plastic
tweezers to install the new Energizer® battery(s) with the sameside up as the one(s) you replaced. Remember, the watch won't work if the battery(s) are put in wrong.
Tool needed:
Plastic Tweezers

SCREW BACK
9 Close the hatch
Start screwing in the hatch with your fingers,then tighten with a coin.
10 Clean the watch
11 Reset the watch
Gently wipe the watch to remove any Reset the watch and make sure it is working. In fingerprints or smudges.
analog watches, if there is no second hand,observe the minute hand through a magnifying Tool needed:
glass until you see movement.
HowTo_2002 4/18/02 9:10 AM Page 8 2 Place watch in the case holding vise
Clamp the watch in the case holding vise byopening the two halves of the block, placing thewatch in the middle and gently release or tightenthe two halves so that they hold the watch firmly.
If the watch band does not unbuckle or unclasp,separate the band by pressing down with a pointed tool to removethe spring loaded pin that connects the band to the clasp or watch.
Tool needed:
3 Remove the back
Case Wrench
wrench slots on the back Wrench metal tips in of the watch.
the watch back notches.
counter-clockwise to remove watch back IMPORTANT: Before Tools needed: Fine-Point
4 Remove the battery
removing battery(s), be sure to note which side is up. You will have to put the newEnergizer® battery inexactly the same way.
In some watches, thebattery is held in bysmall metal clips. If SCREW BACK
so, carefully follow Remove the screws with the directions to the SPRING CLIP:
the small screwdriver. BE right for removing the Lift up one end of the metal CAREFUL NOT TO LOSE THEM! various types of clips.
clip with the fine-point Lift the outside edge of the battery Use plastic tweezers CAUTION: CLIP MAY SPRING tweezers. It will come out.
out of its compartment with the to remove battery(s).
OUT. MAINTAIN PRESSURE OR Then remove the battery.
small screwdriver.
SCREW MAY BE EJECTED.
5 Test the batteries
See the battery tester for operating instructions. IMPORTANT: If the watch hastwo batteries and only one tests "replace", replace both batteries. If bothbatteries test "good", there is something wrong with the watch. Refer it to aprofessional watchmaker.
Tools needed:
EWB-1 Battery Tester

HowTo_2002 4/18/02 9:10 AM Page 9 6 Locate replacement battery
Read the number on the old battery and replace with the same or correspondingEnergizer® Watch Battery. Refer to the current Energizer® Watch/Electronic BatteryReplacement Guide or the Energizer® battery size checker to find the correct Energizer® battery type number.
7 Clean the battery compartment
Check the battery compartment for dirt and remove it. If you find corrosion, refer watch to aprofessional watchmaker.
Tools needed:
8 Install the new Energizer® battery
Small Screwdriver
Fine Point Tweezers

IMPORTANT: Be sure to test the new battery beforeinstalling. For tester setting,f o l l o w m a n u f a c t u r e r ' sinstructions. Use plastic SCREW BACK
tweezers to install the newEnergizer® battery(s) with SPRING CLIP:
the same side up as the Place one end of spring one(s) you replaced.
clip in place and firmly push SCREW-ON CLIP:
Remember, the watch won't the other end into its slot.
Place the clip over the new Energizer® battery. Hold work if the battery(s) areput in wrong.
Make sure spring clip is in the the screw with the fine point tweezers to start it in the slot to avoid bent spring clips.
hole. Tighten the screw.
9 Close the watch
Tool needed: Case knife
IMPORTANT: If there is a rubber sealing gasket in theback of the watch, make sure it is lined up properlybefore closing back. Start the back by turning itclockwise with your fingers, then tighten it with theCase Wrench.
10 Clean the watch
11 Reset the watch
Gently wipe the watch to remove any Reset the watch and make sure it is working. In fingerprints or smudges.
analog watches, if there is no second hand,observe the minute hand through a magnifying Tool needed:
glass until you see movement.
HowTo_2002 4/18/02 9:10 AM Page 10 Test Load
Battery No.*
HowTo_2002 4/18/02 9:10 AM Page 11 Test Load
Battery No.*
*For additional numbers, refer to the Energizer® Wath Battery Replacement Guide or Energizer® Battery Size Checker HowTo_2002 4/18/02 9:10 AM Page 12 2002 ENERGIZER

Source: http://www.energizer.com.sg/pdf/products/specialty/watch/watch_battery_replacement_guide.pdf

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