They will be loose at this point. Please educate me on what actually makes a G-Shock its namesake. This watch contains one of the best modules casio ever made imo. I really liked the module functions and how thin and flat it was. So some modification would be needed to get the central light button to work but it can be done. This video is a great review and has an excellent tear-down of the watch. Dave It's not a G-Shock.
Casio M-12 manual, Casio M-22 manual, Casio M-32 manual, Casio W-321 manual, Casio etc. It has a 200m rating but nowhere on the watch does it say G-Shock. When you look inside the hole you should see a gold bottom which is really a contact on the board. Hi guys, I was at WalMart last night and saw this model among the Timex watches so I asked to look at it and started browsing the functions. Next battery change was via a shop and the illuminator worked again as did the alarm. If it works, what functionality will the buttons have? They have a conductor on the bottom.
However if you touch a paperclip to the tab and metal beneath it does activate the light. Jun 22, 2012 if its a tiny little spring then those springs you will need to put them in a little hole on top of the movement so they press up against the back of the case when y ou put it on. If the stem goes through the hole in the tab I have one and just took a look at it. It goes into a hole that is near the outside diameter of the battery. When you look inside the hole you should see a gold bottom which is really a contact on the board. I am going to pick one up. You must remove the outer steel retainer to see the hole.
I've attached a photo with the location indicated by the yellow circle and arrow. As you guessed, a G-Shock needs shock resistance as well as 200m water resistance. The hole shoud be empty with contact spot at the bottom. If the stem goes through the hole in the tab Awesome. I bought this sometime in the late 90's, I have a picture taken in 2001 at Disney World and I'm wearing it then.
Yours looks identical to mine with no writing. I am not sure what metal tab you are referring to , but I am pretty sure it is the tab that goes on top of the battery and holds it down. If it works, you did find the right hole- if not, try again till you find the right one. Put the spring in and close the caseback. Although it looks like a central light button the tab does not activate the light when pressed. Japanese are employing workforce in China, Thailand and other countries, because labour there is much cheaper then in Japan. .
I have one and just took a look at it. The hole shoud be empty with contact spot at the bottom. This was just a battery cahnge, rather than a repair job - One of those things, I guess Posted on Nov 09, 2009 open up the watch. Good luck Arthur Dec 13, 2008 There is a reset button inside your watch, but I don't think that is the problem. That way I can use the metal tabs to secure the screen the bottom tab also presses on the fifth button and keeps the rubber button in place, for those familiar with the module. It has been underwater, all buttons actuated underwater, dropped from dizzy heights, etc etc, no problems. It is still working perfectly although I've noticed it gains around 10 seconds every 24 hours when compared to an atomic watch.
Casio R-11B manual, Casio R-12L manual, Casio O-11B manual, Casio R-15B manual, Casio S-12B manual, Casio etc. But the stem of the light button might do this job for you. So some modification would be needed to get the central light button to work but it can be done. Assemble the outer steel retainer. Casio F-85P manual, Casio F-85 manual, Casio A656 manual, Casio A657G manual, Casio etc. However, quality checks are of Japanese standards and your watch is exactly the same if it would be made in Japan. I have a bunch of 6600 modules in parts so I have a few spare rubber buttons that might fit the opening.
Any way, here are a couple pictures. However if you touch a paperclip to the tab and metal beneath it does activate the light. Leave the other parts assembled. It goes in the little hole and will fall out if you're not careful. If you have the correct hole then the larger end of the spring will fit just perfectly. Put the spring in and close the caseback.
The smaller spring is steel with gold plating. Next time you replace the battery only remove the battery strap and leave the other parts intact. I would definitely go back to the place where you had the battery installed, and have them take care of the problem buy ordering you a new spring or have them pay for you to send it to Casio. Then, use the control buttons to set the time and date in the normal fashion. Is it the fact it has a 200m rating or does it have to have the more protective housing that most G's I see have? Apr 24, 2008 The reset trick works with other Casio Alarm Chrono digital watches, such as my old Model W-720, as well. We've owned one of these for a couple of years now, it's my son's watch, and it has taken the same level of abuse as my Gs without showing any signs of trouble.
It's on I believe it's third band, a cheapy that I got at WalMart but it's actually quite comfortable, and I'm guessing maybe the third or fourth battery. Although it looks like a central light button the tab does not activate the light when pressed. Hope this makes sense and remember its just a watch so dont stress out, lifes short and you never now when that meteors going to come in and vaporize us. Casio C-60 manual, Casio C-70 manual, Casio C-80 manual, Casio etc. Oct 14, 2010 This spring is connector to caseback for transmitting sound. Casio S-220 manual, Casio W-90 manual, Casio etc.