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Take it to a jeweler for a demonstration of how to remove it without damage.

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My GAMETIME watch has a back which just pops off. Once in the battery compartment, you will see plastic disk, with a molded frame. This just simply pulls off, and is not secured in place. You should not have to pry it.

Once this is removed, the battery is revealed. My model takes a SR626SW. To remove the cell, use something small to get under the exposed side. You should be able to pop the cell out without much force.

Before you replace the battery take this opportunity to clean the rim where the backing was. Carefully install the new cell, and replace the cover.

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SOURCE: No slot or screw to remove watch back

Check the top around the crystal. Some of those watches came apart from the top of the watch. Generally a few screws to remove. If no screws then the back pops off. Not easy but it may be the way in.
Again, if it's a decent piece go to a jeweler to do the work. Should be under $10.00. to do it.

thank you, gabe.

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No slot or screw to remove watch back


Check the top around the crystal. Some of those watches came apart from the top of the watch. Generally a few screws to remove. If no screws then the back pops off. Not easy but it may be the way in.
Again, if it's a decent piece go to a jeweler to do the work. Should be under $10.00. to do it.

thank you, gabe.

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Once this is removed, the battery is revealed. My model takes a SR626SW. To remove the cell, use something small to get under the exposed side. You should be able to pop the cell out without much force.

Before you replace the battery take this opportunity to clean the rim where the backing was. Carefully install the new cell, and replace the cover.

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