Introduction

If your watch does not power on after being on the charging station for about an hour the battery needs to be replaced.

Spring bars attach the two halves of the wristband to the watch body. The spring bar has a shoulder on either end.
  • Spring bars attach the two halves of the wristband to the watch body. The spring bar has a shoulder on either end.

  • Be prepared to apply some pressure with your fingers to perform the following action.

  • First, slide the wristband down on the spring bar to expose the shoulder of the spring bar.

  • Grasp the exposed shoulder with the tweezers to perform the next step.

Is there a reason you are removing the straps before the back of the watch? They don't block the back from coming off or really get in the way much.

Andy Wickham - Reply

its in the way, obviously it need to take them off, lol.

silentg4real -

Where can I get this battery?

Josh Wheat - Reply

where can i buy a new replacement rear case? please let me know!

silentg4real - Reply

I'd like to know as well and don't care if it's a knock off either

Joseph Wellman -

This is a challenging step. Do it carefully to prevent the spring bar from flying out of the wristband. Use the tweezer to depress the spring bar so that it collapses by a few millimeters and pops out of the hole that was holding it in place.
  • This is a challenging step. Do it carefully to prevent the spring bar from flying out of the wristband.

  • Use the tweezer to depress the spring bar so that it collapses by a few millimeters and pops out of the hole that was holding it in place.

  • Now carefully pull the other end of the spring bar to detach the wristband from the watch face.

  • Repeat steps 1 and 2 for the other wristband.

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Use the T5 Torx screwdriver to unscrew the four silver 2mm x 3mm T5 screws that hold the back cover in place.
  • Use the T5 Torx screwdriver to unscrew the four silver 2mm x 3mm T5 screws that hold the back cover in place.

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Slide the opening pick between the rear case and the rest of the device to separate the two halves. Gently pull the two halves apart.
  • Slide the opening pick between the rear case and the rest of the device to separate the two halves.

  • Gently pull the two halves apart.

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Remove the two black Phillips #000 2.5x3mm screws that are located on the right side of the metal clip. Remove the two black Phillips #000 2.5x3mm screws that are located on the right side of the metal clip.
  • Remove the two black Phillips #000 2.5x3mm screws that are located on the right side of the metal clip.

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Use a pair of tweezers to gently lift the metal retaining clip up and out of the way.
  • Use a pair of tweezers to gently lift the metal retaining clip up and out of the way.

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Use a spudger to gently pry the battery up from the rear case. The battery is attached with a small amount of adhesive, so some force may be required.
  • Use a spudger to gently pry the battery up from the rear case.

    • The battery is attached with a small amount of adhesive, so some force may be required.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Hello where can i buy the battery and the tools to perform this function. Also I love my lg watch and I get 3 days before needing a recharge but, i do not play with it and do not add all the fancy watch faces either. just look at text messages and see who is calling. I think its the best out there only draw back is the cradle charger. please email me. buckeybandit69@gmail.com.

thank you..

Brian Adams - Reply

where can i but the battery

bikerdennis321 - Reply

I know how to change but where can i buy the battery for this watch//

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