Question about Casio Watches
Could be a number of different ways. Some newer watches have multiple clasps that make it easier for you to adjust it yourself. Check the bottom of the band for extra clasps.
Without seeing the watch I have no idea what type of links you have. I suggest taking it to a reputable watch repair shop and have them adjust it for you! It will save you the frustration of having to search for a small screw or pin if it should fall on the floor!
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
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Identify the push button that controls the second hand. With the watch face positioned so that 12 is at the top, locate the button on the right of the watch's rim and above the watch stem.
Grasp the watch stem tightly and tug it out, away from the watch rim. Pull it past the first area of resistance, a position used for other settings, to the second stage of resistance where it will not pull out any further.
Press the second hand push button, identified earlier, until it is firmly depressed into the watch rim. Release the button, allowing it to return to its normal position.
Push the watch stem back to its original position tight to the rim.
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