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I have a Casio baby-g 1000 watch. The outer casing (Grey/Black Plastic) of the watch is broken where it attaches to the strap.Would you have or know where to get a replacement casing. Watch still works ok. Thanks

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Http://www.casiosalesandservice.com

Not sure if they carry this particular bezel or not, but if they don't your only other option might be to look for a used one on E-bay.

Hope this helps,
Chad

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HI,

Please go to the below link:

http://www.casiosalesandservice.com/istar.asp?a=3&dept=WATCH&class=BABYG

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Click here to see if they carry the part you need or you can call them as well.

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