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How to change battery in beijo slap strap watch

hi evelyn.
try this link and scroll down the page and it might help you out.
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Oct 31, 2017 | Watches

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How to change slap watch battery

On the back plate is a little slot on the side. It's very small so hard to find. You can slide a little screwdriver into that slot and pry the back plate off.

Jul 19, 2012 | Watches

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Where can I obtain 23mm spring pins for Luminox 6402?

Many replacement watch bands come with a set of replacement spring bars. In addition, just about any place that change watch bands for customers--whether it's a jewelry store, a watch battery & band kiosk in a shopping mall, or possibly even a department store jewelry counter--also carries an assortment of spare spring bars for those times when the person changing the band drops or breaks a spring bar. These are inexpensive components, and you should not be charged much (if anything) for a replacement spring bar if you bring your watch to one of these places.

In the jewelry supply and wholesale trade, spring bars are sold in bulk, either in one size or as part of a larger assortment. I buy my spring bars in increments of 100. I have never seen a way to buy a single spring bar (or pair of spring bars) except from a retail operation.

Jun 03, 2011 | Watches

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My strap is broken and out of warranty. How much could I expect to pay for a new strap and battery for this watch?

A replacement watch band may cost as little as $10 and a replacement battery may cost as little as $2. However, if you do not have the right tools or do not feel comfortable performing this service by yourself, expect to pay $5-10 to have your battery changed by a professional. Band replacement may or may not be included in the band purchase price. Retail prices for most metal bands are higher than the price for lower-end leather bands, but premium leather bands may cost upwards of $20.
For the most reasonable price, try looking for a watch kiosk at your favorite shopping mall. Some Walmart jewelry counters will also provide this service. A full-service jewelery store should also be able to provide this service, though at a higher price.

May 06, 2011 | Diesel DZ4064 Watch for Men

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Can I change the battery on a Seiko Presage SUY055 ? If so, how?

I brought mine to a local jeweler. Very inexpensive and no worries about breaking the watch or losing a piece. He only charged me for the battery. A few bucks and well worth it. I need a new band for mine now. Called Seiko in NJ. The style is no longer made and they want me to mail it in to the discontinued parts dept to see what they may have to fit. I'm nervous about sending it but don't see another option. I Love this watch and the soft comfortable band

Jul 16, 2010 | Seiko Presage SUY055 Wrist Watch

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How do i change watchband for casio bg169wh

Take the watch with the broken watchband and place it on the table. With a ruler, measure the width of the broken band at the point where it is attached to the watch. Now, measure the total length of the watchband when it is in one piece and fits around your wrist. There will be a crease on the band where it is normally buckled.
  • Step 2 Go to the local store and select a band that you like. You should make sure that the width of the band at the point of attachment to the watch is the same as the old band. Also make sure that the new band will be long enough and not too long to fit your wrist. Purchase the band and return home to change the band.
  • Step 3 Clear a spot to work and make sure that there is a small towel covering the table top so that you can see anything that may drop or pop out during the process of changing the band.
  • Step 4 Use a magnifying glass to look at the point where one side of the band is attached to the watch. You will see a small pin connecting the band to the watch on either side of the band. Carefully use the jeweler's screwdriver to depress the spring loaded pin from the watch to the band and release it from the watch. When the tension on the spring pin is released it may pop out of the band and you will want to take care not to lose it. Repeat this process with the other half of the band.
  • Step 5 Take the new band and slip the spring pins into the small holes on the end of the band where it will attach to the watch. Working with one end at a time, slip one side into the pin hole in the watch body.
  • Step 6 Use the jeweler's screwdriver to depress the other side of the spring pin and guide it into the pin hole in the other side of the watch body. Repeat this process with the other half of the watchband and other spring pin. You now have a new band for your broken one.
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    Change casio g shock resin watch band

    It can be done and not too difficult i think but look out that the leather band ain't too wide for the band orginal place,
    make sure you keep all original parts in case of toruble
    Post a photo if you can after the change will be nice to see the change


    Nov 10, 2008 | Casio G-Shock GW500A-1V Wrist Watch

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    Replace a band on a fossil watch brand 2753 georgia bulldogs

    Bands are held to the watch body by springpins. To disengage them, I use a fine blade knife, and pull one end of the pin down by causing the blade to bite into the metal of the pin, between the eye of the band and the watch body. This method will work when dealing with leather straps, perhaps not with a metal band, depending on how much clearance there is between the watch fork and the band's eye.
    If there is no clearance, it may be necessary to destroy the springpin to get the band free. Replacement pins can be purchased at a watch repairer.
    Replacing batteries: You need the back off. Some screw on, most press in. Press- ins can usually be released with a knife blade, or small leverage device if there is a specific release place on the rear cover. On odd occasions, it becomes necessary to "use a hammer and chisel". Not easy.
    Screw- off backs need a tool to engage the slots on the rear. Sometimes can be done with a pair of long- nose pliers.
    The backs often have a fine rubber sealing ring, for water resistance.This needs to be put back in place carefully.
    The batteries are held in place by various means, spring tension, clamping etc. Sometimes a screw or two must be loosened to free the battery.
    Really, it is all a job for the experienced.
    I only do work on my own and other family member's watches. I have a range of tools I have made for these. I wouldn't risk doing outsiders' watches. I do bands and batteries, but leave it at that.

    May 30, 2008 | Fossil AM3784 Wrist Watch

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    Removing the back to change battery

    The plastic wrist band doesn't have to be cut away. You need to dislodge the spring-loaded end of the pin from the hole in the plastic with the blade of a sharp thin knife.

    The you proceed to lift one of the 4 snaps to open the cover. The battery is under a white translucent inside cover.

    The original battery was Sony SR621SW.

    Pay attention to the rubber seal ring when putting the watch back together.

    Jan 13, 2008 | Casio MQ24-7B2 Wrist Watch

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