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Battery change When I depress Adjust button I get a diamond shape in front of OPEN and CHECK.  What should I do?  What did I forget?

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  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2009

    What a selfish guy! Keeps the solution for his own!!!

  • Capvermell May 11, 2010

    Why are you keeping the solution to this problem a secret. You should have said what the solution was that was given to you by another member of this group.

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I received a message from a member of the group suggesting a solution to the problem.  I followed his advice and the problem was solved.  My thanks to him and to the group for the assistance.
Now I need a manual for the Casio CBX-102.  This will be a gift to my grandson who is attending college and needs to understand how to use the Data Bank.   If anyone can suggest a source for the CBX-102 Data Bank watch I'd appreciate it.
Thanks to all,
Bill D 

Posted on Feb 09, 2009

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