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Yes, It can be fixed! Given the fact the screen is already pulled away a bit it should make doing this your self much easier. Are you up to it?
 
To help you, review this vid of Alex opening a Series 2, it's the same for your Series 1 (the Original Apple Watch is a bit different) [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PYpDC8oWOs&t=2s|How to Replace the Battery on an Apple Watch Series 2] and you might want to review the Original Apple Watch guides while slightly different the same techniques are needed: [guide|41080] I'm sure you can forgo the iOpener as the display is already lifted. You will need to fully clean the surfaces of the old gasket both the case and the display. And do be gentle! The parts can be easily damaged.
 
Here's the needed parts:
 
== 38mm Watch ==
 
* [product|IF334-004]
* [product|IF334-003]
 
== 42mm Watch ==
 
* [product|IF334-005]
* [product|IF334-003https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Parts/Apple-Watch-42-mm-Series-2-Force-Touch-Sensor-Adhesive-Gasket/IF334-002-1]
* [product|IF334-003https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Parts/Apple-Watch-42-mm-Series-2-Force-Touch-Sensor-Adhesive-Gasket/IF334-002-1]
 
Just take your time and don't forget to breathe ;-}

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Yes, It can be fixed! Given the fact the screen is already pulled away a bit it should make doing this your self much easier. Are you up to it?
 
To help youyou, review this vid of Alex opening a Series 2, itsit's the same for your Series 1, the original1 (the Original Apple watchWatch is differenta bit different) [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PYpDC8oWOs&t=2s|How to Replace the Battery on an Apple Watch Series 2] and you might want to review the originalOriginal Apple Watch guides while slightly different the same techniques are needed: [guide|41080] I'm sure you can forgo the iOpeneriOpener as the display is already lifted. You will need to fully clean the surfaces of the old gasket both the case and the display. And do be gentle! The parts can be easily damaged.
To help youyou, review this vid of Alex opening a Series 2, itsit's the same for your Series 1, the original1 (the Original Apple watchWatch is differenta bit different) [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PYpDC8oWOs&t=2s|How to Replace the Battery on an Apple Watch Series 2] and you might want to review the originalOriginal Apple Watch guides while slightly different the same techniques are needed: [guide|41080] I'm sure you can forgo the iOpeneriOpener as the display is already lifted. You will need to fully clean the surfaces of the old gasket both the case and the display. And do be gentle! The parts can be easily damaged.
 
Here's the needed parts:
 
== 38mm Watch ==
 
* [product|IF334-004]
* [product|IF334-003]
 
== 42mm Watch ==
 
* [product|IF334-005]
* [product|IF334-003]
 
Just take your time and don't forget to breathe ;-}

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Yes, It can be fixed! Given the fact the screen is already pulled away a bit it should make doing this your self much easier. Are you up to it?
 
To help you review this vid of Alex opening a Series 2, its the same for your Series 1, the original Apple watch is different [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PYpDC8oWOs&t=2s|How to Replace the Battery on an Apple Watch Series 2] and you might want to review the original Apple Watch guides while slightly different the same techniques are needed: [guide|41080] I'm sure you can forgo the iOpener. You will need to fully clean the surfaces of the old gasket both the case and the display. And do be gentle! The parts can be easily damaged.
 
Here's the needed parts:
 
== 38mm Watch ==
 
* [product|IF334-004]
* [product|IF334-003]
 
== 42mm Watch ==
 
* [product|IF334-005]
* [product|IF334-003]
 
Just take your time and don't forget to breathe ;-}

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Yes, It can be fixed! Given the fact the screen is already pulled away a bit it should make doing this your self much easier. Are you up to it?

To help you review this vid of Alex opening a Series 2, its the same for your Series 1, the original Apple watch is different [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PYpDC8oWOs&t=2s|How to Replace the Battery on an Apple Watch Series 2] and you might want to review the original Apple Watch guides while slightly different the same techniques are needed: [guide|41080] I'm sure you can forgo the iOpener. You will need to fully clean the surfaces of the old gasket both the case and the display. And do be gentle! The parts can be easily damaged.

Here's the needed parts:

== 38mm Watch ==

* [product|IF334-004]
* [product|IF334-003]

== 42mm Watch ==

* [product|IF334-005]
* [product|IF334-003]

Just take your time and don't forget to breathe ;-}

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