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When changing the battery of the casio watch 2117, a tiny spring (about 1/2 cm got loosen of the board next to the battery. How can I it back at its right location?

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There is a tiny spring that must make contact with the back cover plate when you screw it back on. If the spring is missing, the piezoelectric buzzer will not work. The tiny spring is located toward the upper right in this photo of a Casio W-94H watch, directly underneath the "C" in CASIO that is etched in the metal. Note that the word CASIO is upside down in the picture, so if you can't see the picture for some reason, the hole for the tiny spring would be directly above the "C" in CASIO.

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Check the manual it should be covered there.

Use this page to download a copy of CASIO watch manuals in PDF format. To download a PDF file, enter the four-digit (or three-digit) module number marked on the back cover of your watch.

http://world.casio.com/wat/download/en/manual/

You will need a pdf reader on your pc, you will find all instructions in there.

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SOURCE: Casio DBCW150-1 Databank watch (battery change)

DONT THROW IT AWAY THAT IS A COLLECTORS ITEM... You can get it taken care of at www.casiowatchrepair.com or call them toll free 877.659.0761 and have them take care of it, the watch will be as good as new.

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You can change the backlight on a casio wristwatch by holding the Light button, but only if it has an LED light in the side of the screen such as yours does. There is Light Blue, Red, Pink, Blue, Green LEDs in the side of the screen and you can change between them. There is also an option that flashes between all the LEDs when you press the button.

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