Question about Casio G-Shock GW500A-1V Wrist Watch
Dude, I think it is an "E" for eastern time. Check and see if it changes to a "P" when you change to pacific time in the world time mode. If it does that is what the "E" is for. Hope this helps, it took me a long time to figure it out.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
My watch has a tiny letter just to the right of the signal strength indicator. In my case it is a C because I live in the central time zone. Perhaps you live in the eastern time zone? The E may not be short for ERROR but instead stands for EASTERN. Its called the E/C/M/P indicator.
I don't know if you have had a chance yet, but the manual that I talked about previously does show this feature on the first page. Its called "Operation Guide 2608 2638 2688". Your watch almost certainly has a 2688 module.
I hope that was the E that you were talking about.
As for the signal sign, you want it to be there. You need to worry when its absent. :-) I think all waveceptors are like that.
I hope that helps.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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