Just go to google and type in casio website. its there.u can down load it on line. i have one also. i bought the g schok watch and had the digital one. i got rid of it because it was in and out of the shop. i have an extra manual for it. ill send it to you if u give me your address thru my email address. [email protected]
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No! there is no reset it is possible the battery is not correctly seated, check to make sure the positive and negative match what the watch indicates, because if the battery is reversed it will not work. If you still have issues take it to a watch dealer.
You don't say how old the watch is and whether it has always had a display problem. I have seen several watches with weak displays, but generally they are older watches and I suspect the problem involves a corroded contact somewhere in the "movement". You might want to visit the Casio website and download a copy of the manual for your watch. It may say something about the display. If you watchis fairly new it may still be under warranty and again, contact Casio to see what you need to do.