Question about Casio G3011 Duplex LCD Watch
You're probably going to have to replace the complete guts. Lots of these digital watches have the little buttons on the sides of the case. Those buttons press small springs which makes contact with the button on the "movement". Be careful that the little springs aren't lost when you remove the movement. It's not hard to do, you just need the right parts. A small phillips screwdrive and a sharp probe makes things easier.
In some cases, you will need to force the stainless steel back past the rubber wrist band. These watches are nearly indestructible, so you can apply some force. Just don't apply it to the guts of the watch.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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