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The chrono won't stop

Couple of days ago I pushed the button of the chrono and since then it won't stop,thoguh the button itself is clickble

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Re: The chrono won't stop

The part of the button that passes through the case activates another seperate microswitch inside which sounds like it is stuck. you could possibly unstick it by giving the watch a sharp whack, if that doesnt do it then the watch has to be opened, and the microswitches are normally fairly accessible when the back is off. Unless you are very competent mechanically and have all the replacement battery and seals and screw sealant available then although it is not a hard job to open the back with the right tools - you probably wont do the watch any favours, and it is also possible that the microswitch may need replacing. if you want to try yourself, open the back of the watch and post me back a close up photo or two of the inside - i could talk you through what to check. If you want info on you nearest casio dealer, go to this link; if you can deal with the Hebrew Hope this helps, please post back if you need more help :)

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