Question about Casio G-Shock GW500A-1V Wrist Watch
When replacing the battery on this Casio as in any Casio watch one MUST be careful nut to loose the little spring that sticks out from the module to the case back. This spring is responsible for the alarm noise and if i'm not mistaken the other sounds(i may be wrong) I also hope the battery installer reset the watch. Hope this helps...
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
There is a reset button inside your watch, but I don't think that is the problem. Most likely, there is a spring that makes contact to the watch and the back of your watch case, and it fell out by the person replacing your battery. I would definitely go back to the place where you had the battery installed, and have them take care of the problem buy ordering you a new spring or have them pay for you to send it to Casio.
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