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I am trying to remove a battery from a DW6900 with a 3230 module, its not at all like my 6600 was, instead there is a gold disc on top of the battery I can't figure out how to get off, anyone know how?
 

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Can you post a pic ?
 

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A bad cell phone pic is all I can manage. This was under a white sticker which had instructions for an AC reset. I'd embed the image, but it comes out huge that way.
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1: are you sure this is a real Casio DW-6900 model?

2: Why do you change a battery of a brand new watch. This module is so new it's almost inpossible that the battery is dead...

I haven't opened yet a new G with a new module yet (mostly due to Q2 above).

As I look at your pick, the battery lock system works similar to the previous systems, but is locked now on three positions.


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I'm 99.99% the watch is real, came with a stand,back engravings are correct, 3230 is even engraved on part of the metal for the module, and I used some parts to fix my 6600. I was in too much of a rush though and when I was putting the screen back in the module I broke the screen o| so now I just have the module running with no screen so I wanted to take it out til I decide what to do with the module.Thank you for your help I will try unlocking the other positions.

1: are you sure this is a real Casio DW-6900 model?

2: Why do you change a battery of a brand new watch. This module is so new it's almost inpossible that the battery is dead...

I haven't opened yet a new G with a new module yet (mostly due to Q2 above).

As I look at your pick, the battery lock system works similar to the previous systems, but is locked now on three positions.


Cheers,

Sjors

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From the picture I think you just need to disengage the lock (at 9 o'clock) to open the battery cover, a mini screwdriver should work, simply press the clip and flip it to the left size.
 
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