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Re: replace battery on a casio gshock.
Good morning ! you need to short the reset poin on the bord of your watch after that you see the digit will apear on LCD then start to set the time use the setting button to set the time date and day ! thank you ! god bless !
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This is a how to video on setting your G-Shock. ... Casio GSHOCK GA110GB-1A REVIEW ' How To Set Time ' LIGHT DISPLAY - Duration: 2:59.
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Tutorial how to reset gshock after changing battery. ... Reset gshock .... GA110-1B Stealth Black Casio G-Shock WatchReview - Analog DIgital ...
You can buy them directly from casio , just google casio parts and you will come accross their parts website. Fortunately casio is one of the most parted watch around with people always customizing their gshocks
mcdevito75 here, Casio uses an LCD crystal, Liquid Display Crystal, during a battery change any, any un do pressure remopveing or replaceing the battery could destroy the LCD. Take my advise, with a casio watch, look for a small watch repair shop in your area for the battery change. I"ve ruined many of my casio watches during battery change.
<P>Thanks for contacting FixYa.</P><P>Found a great tutorial for you.</P><P>Ive been changing batteries for 25 years and I wouldnt touch this one, so best of luck to you!!</P><P><A href="http://forums.watchuseek.com/f43/how-change-battery-g-shock-19704.html">http://forums.watchuseek.com/f43/how-change-battery-g-shock-19704.html</A></P><P>If you do this one, then you should get in the biz for sure!!</P><P>Jewel</P>
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.
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.