The first step in using a battery equivalent chart is finding the model number of the battery in question on the chart. All other battery models on the same row as the battery in question are equivalent to that battery.
Batteries that are equivalent to 392 watch batteries include those marked with LR- or SR-41, LR- or SR-736, and AG-3 designations. Other equivalents are SG3, G3-A, 192 and 384 batteries. These batteries generally fall under the button-type or button cell category.
To change a watch battery, remove the watch band, and open the watch back. Remove the old battery, and insert the new one. You need a toothpick, a vise, a case knife, a screw driver, a case wrench, tweezers, a cleaning cloth and a new battery to accomplish this task.
To replace a watch battery, open the band, place the watch in a vice, open up the back, and remove the old battery. Clean out the battery compartment, place the new battery inside, and close the watch.
The LR44 alkaline battery is a powerful, long-lasting button cell. Apart from its compact shape, this alkaline battery has economic value and a nominal voltage of 1.5V. It works efficiently in both high and cold temperatures and is powered by the reaction between mangan...
A L1154 battery is a 1.5-volt alkaline button cell battery of the LR44 specification. Various manufacturers call this battery by different names, making it difficult to find an exact replacement without looking at a comparison chart. Some equivalents are: 1128MP, 1166A,...
The GP 189 battery is equivalent to the Duracell LR54, Energizer 189, 389A and BLR41, Kodak KA54, Panasonic LR54, and Rayovac 89. Other equivalent batteries are the Eveready 189, and any battery bearing the 1130,1131, 89 or 189 numbers. Other batteries marked AG10 or AG...