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Pulsar model W861 short circuiting?


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Hi All, its been a while, but glad you are  here as require some basic help!

I own a Pulsar digital chrono model W861-X006,it suits me well ,as with advancing years the eyes are not what they used to be, so large time details are a great help.

Recently the time came to change the battery, I have changed batteries on other watches in the past so thought nothing of it, how wrong could I be.

After changing the battery the instructions are to short circuit the AC (no problem its marked) and the spring switch????

Would some one be good enough to explain to me where I find the so called spring switch, is it just a small coil spring standing proud of the movement? (as I have tried that ,it did not seem to allow me to access watch programs)

What was I doing wrong?

Thanks for any and all assistance Caskin

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