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If your Nixon Watch needs a battery replacement, this guide will help if there is any question on how to replace the battery. This guide is specifically only for Nixon Watch. To replace the battery there's no special technical knowledge needed. The only thing that is needed is good lighting and a nice, flat area to keep the tiny screws in place.

  1. On a flat surface, use the PH00 screwdriver to remove the four screws from each corner, and set them in a safe place.
    • On a flat surface, use the PH00 screwdriver to remove the four screws from each corner, and set them in a safe place.

  2. Gently lift the back plate, and be careful to not damage the rubber gasket. Gently lift the back plate, and be careful to not damage the rubber gasket.
    • Gently lift the back plate, and be careful to not damage the rubber gasket.

    • Use the 1.5 flathead, and carefully pry the battery out of the housing.

    • The battery is under spring tension and may fly out.

  3. Place the new battery in the battery housing. Ensure the positive side is facing up. Ensure the battery is firmly seated. A faint click can be heard when it is firmly seated.
    • Place the new battery in the battery housing. Ensure the positive side is facing up.

    • Ensure the battery is firmly seated. A faint click can be heard when it is firmly seated.

  4. Remove the rubber gasket from the back plate. Use an alcohol wipe to clean the back plate and the watch housing where the gasket will sit. This will ensure a clean and an airtight fit.
    • Remove the rubber gasket from the back plate.

    • Use an alcohol wipe to clean the back plate and the watch housing where the gasket will sit. This will ensure a clean and an airtight fit.

  5. Seat the gasket back onto the back plate.
    • Seat the gasket back onto the back plate.

  6. Place the back plate back onto the main watch housing. Ensure the notch in the back plate is line up with the crown.
    • Place the back plate back onto the main watch housing. Ensure the notch in the back plate is line up with the crown.

  7. Tighten screws in a star pattern until the backplate is tight.
    • Tighten screws in a star pattern until the backplate is tight.

  8. Pull the crown away from the watch and then turn the knob to set the time. Pull the crown away from the watch and then turn the knob to set the time.
    • Pull the crown away from the watch and then turn the knob to set the time.

    • Pull the crown away from the watch and then turn the knob to set the time.

Conclusione

You have successfully completed the battery

replacement on your wristwatch.

If the second hand doesn’t begin its rotation there is

one of two common problems. The first is that the

crown has not been properly engaged after the time

adjustment on steps 11 and 12. The second problem would be caused by a bad battery in which case you would need to repeat the steps over with another new battery.

If the problem persists contact the manufacturer for

further troubleshooting steps.

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Works for also for my traser h3. Thank you!

marcrainerkamp - Replica

Good guide but one does not need to force out battery with a screwdriver. This is overkill. I would not recommend putting a screwdriver there because the gears are exposed in that area and a slip would damage them. Just a finger nail is needed to move a little spring cover slightly to let battery out. Same goes for putting battery back in. Fingers are all that are needed at that point.

Jesse Cox - Replica

I have a "Newton" model Nixon. All black and the watch hands are floating circles just to clarify. It seems to have a battery cover, almost like a strip, holding it in place. Is there a tutorial for this extra step?

Anthoney Rodriguez - Replica

Hey Anthony! were you able to find an answer to your question? I’m also looking to replace my Newton’s battery.

Yash K -

Thankyou! Worked perfect for my Nixon “Small Player" watch! This was very helpful!

Kristi Speakman - Replica

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