Question about Casio G-Shock GW300CA-1V Wrist Watch

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My g-shock ga-110c-1a hour hand is 6 hours ahead. The digital time is correct but the hour hand is six hours ahead. If i set the time at 6:00pm the hour hand will move to 12:00. the minute hand is fine, i just got it about four days ago. It was working at first but when i changed the city the hour hand move an extra 6 hours. i tried every other city and it will stay 6 hours ahead. I tried turning it manually but every time i press the adjust button it goes back to its location

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    arkshay2000 Feb 12, 2013

    My watch is a G-SHOCK WR30M.....Ever sice i bought...it was just fine, but the next day...in my watch, the hour hand and minute hand was moving round and round but the seconds hand was fine..when i tried to set the minute and hour hand to its original time, the minute hand and hour hand just fall from up to down , Example like when the minute hand was at the 12:00 , it fall at the 6:00..same like the hour hand... so if anyone knows how to get this fixed. Please leave a comment. Thank You!!

  • arkshay2000
    arkshay2000 Feb 12, 2013

    Im sorry...my watch is actually a g-shock 100a

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Go to support page on casio. and get your manual. youll probably gonna look for a 3 or 4 digit number located at the back of your watch. once you got the manual. go to page 4. and follow the steps of "Hand Home Position Correction". that should fix it.

i also have ga 110c and i have encountered this issue

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I don't have a solution to this but I have a problem with G-Shock 110... The hour and min hands are stuck and won't move even though I have changed the time zone many times.. Everything else works even the digital part of the watch... Any solution.. Please help

Posted on Dec 13, 2012

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    arkshay2000 Feb 12, 2013

    So sorry to hear that...im sorry. i wont know how to get that fixed but do u know how to get mine fixed, i just posted a comment up there

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It sounds like your watch is set to the wrong time zone. If you haven't got instructions, you can get them from their web site.

You can get instructions from the Casio web site.

Go to the casio web site "casio.com".

Select "support" and the "manuals",
watches;

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Select "watch manual archive"

Read the number of the back of your watch and enter it into the search box

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SOURCE: How to set the date

You can get instructions from the Casio web site.

Go to the casio web site "casio.com".

Select "support" and the "manuals",
watches;

Accept terms

Select "watch manual archive"

Read the number of the back of your watch and enter it into the search box

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