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The band on my Casio G-Shock GW610DA watch keeps poping off, it looks like the hole is now elongated where the band attaches to the top of the watch, is there a way to fix it and find the parts?

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Press Adjust and hold until blinking city appears.
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The easiest is to bring it to Wal-Mart, or another store with a watch section in their store, if you buy a new wrist band, they;ll put it on for free. If you're feeling DIY, pull the watch band to the side, untill the metal bar inside is ejected form the slot in the watch, from there, insert the new band's bar into the slot, and voila!

Posted on Nov 16, 2008

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