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  1. You need a Torx 5 screwdriver, a plastic prying tool and / or some old plastic card.
    • You need a Torx 5 screwdriver, a plastic prying tool and / or some old plastic card.

  2. Unscrew the six Torx 5 Srews with a Srewdriver. Better results are achieved if you memorize the location of the screws, as they are screwed into the plastic housing of the watch.
    • Unscrew the six Torx 5 Srews with a Srewdriver. Better results are achieved if you memorize the location of the screws, as they are screwed into the plastic housing of the watch.

  3. Gently open the housing, if the two halves do not come apart, gently pry on the halves with the prying tool / plastic card. Gently open the housing, if the two halves do not come apart, gently pry on the halves with the prying tool / plastic card.
    • Gently open the housing, if the two halves do not come apart, gently pry on the halves with the prying tool / plastic card.

  4. The plug of the battery is a snap in plug. Detach it by gently lifting it with the prying tool as shown. The plug of the battery is a snap in plug. Detach it by gently lifting it with the prying tool as shown.
    • The plug of the battery is a snap in plug. Detach it by gently lifting it with the prying tool as shown.

  5. Gently pry the battery out from the side where the electronics sits and the cable is connected. Take your time as the battery is glued in.
    • Gently pry the battery out from the side where the electronics sits and the cable is connected. Take your time as the battery is glued in.

  6. Put the new battery in the same direction as the old one. The cable should be located similarily. Attach the connector by putting it over the socket and gently pressing it down. Make sure the connector sits and fits correctly.
    • Put the new battery in the same direction as the old one. The cable should be located similarily.

    • Attach the connector by putting it over the socket and gently pressing it down. Make sure the connector sits and fits correctly.

  7. Put back together both halves of the watch. Make sure not to clamp the battery cable between the halves.
    • Put back together both halves of the watch. Make sure not to clamp the battery cable between the halves.

    • Srew in again the six screws. Be gentle and do not use too much torque to not damage the housing. Use the same locations for the screws as original to not wear the thread of the housing. You are done! Have fun with your repaired watch!

Conclusion

Arbeite die Schritte in umgekehrter Reihenfolge ab, um dein Gerät wieder zusammenzubauen.

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