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I just changed the battery on my G Shock DW 6600 but a gold spring dropped out from inside and I don't know where to put it back and when I put the cover back on the alarm sounds constantly. Please help

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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.

Posted on Apr 24, 2008

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SOURCE: I had my battery replaced

There are two internal springs that contact the back cover of the watch through an insulator. The alarm nor chime will work if they were not put into their proper locations or were omitted during reassembly.

Posted on Jul 01, 2008

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SOURCE: Model & spring issue with an ol casio G-Shock when replacing batt

This spring is connector to caseback for transmitting sound. Get an eyeglass and find out on movement backplate written SPRING COIL and put it back. If there is no marking SPRING COIL then check for the hole with approx. same diameter as spring (must easy fit in). The hole shoud be empty with contact spot at the bottom. Put the spring in and close the caseback. Check alarm sound. If it works, you did find the right hole- if not, try again till you find the right one.

Good luck

Arthur

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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SOURCE: shut off hourly alarm on g-shock

Okay I have this module so here goes.
Start from your regular timekeeping mode (use lower left buttin to cycle through until you get to the normal time display).
Press 'mode' button (lower left) once. You are now in alarm mode.
Press lower right button to cycle through the alarm modes. The cycle goes: hourly beep on, timed alarm on, both on, neither on. You will see the corresponding icons (a ripple icon for hourly beep and and a bell icon for the alarm) appearing/disappearing in the top left of your display as you cycle through. So if you are in hourly beep mode now you probably need to press that lower right button 3 times to get to 'neither' alarm being on.
Press lower left button to return to normal display.
Hopefully - enjoy the peace!

Posted on Mar 30, 2009

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SOURCE: spring poppedout on dw 6900 g shock. need a

This happened to mine, couldn't get a spring anywhere. But managed to fix it by using a staple which I cut to size, Works fine now.

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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