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A detailed description of this procedure is found in the manual of your watch. You can find the right manual with the module nr. on the back of your watch (4 digit number in a rectangle)

The manual for your watch can be downloaded via the link provided below:

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Casio Watches | Answered on Mar 16, 2019


A detailed description of these procedures is found in the manual of your watch. You can find the right manual with the module nr. on the back of your watch (4 digit number in a rectangle)

The manual for your watch can be downloaded via the link provided below:

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Casio Watches | Answered on Mar 16, 2019


A detailed description of this procedure is found in the manual of your watch. You can find the right manual with the module nr. on the back of your watch (4 digit number in a rectangle)

The manual for your watch can be downloaded via the link provided below:

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Casio Watches | Answered on Mar 16, 2019


On the back of the band you will see that certain links (not all) have an arrow sign on them. With the right tool you can push the linking pin out (from the side) in the direction of the arrow. Take one (or more) link(s) out and use the last pin to link the remaining parts together again.

Casio Watches | Answered on Mar 16, 2019


Tip & How-To about Watches
Changing Watch Batteries Lots of posters ask "what is the battery in my (name of watch)" with a view to changing it yourself. This is a bad idea for many reasons. You don't have the tools or knowledge to remove a rotary screw on back, or the gasket sealant for a waterproof watch. Some fashion watches have 4 traditional screw and need professional grade jeweler screwdrivers. Also, there are about 20 batteries commonly used in watches, in various sizes and internal technology, Lithium Ion, Silver Oxide and Manganese Alkaline. If you buy them, you generally have to buy 10!

Don't sweat the details. Just take the watch to your local jeweler. They have all the batteries at hand and the tools to remove the back. It is done whilst you wait for $8 to $15!
Posted by Andrew... on Dec 31, 2018


Changing Watch Batteries

The Watches | Answered on Mar 15, 2019


A detailed description of that proces is found in the manual of your watch. You can find the right manual by the module nr. on the back of your watch (4 digit number in a rectangle)

The manual for your watch can be downloaded via the link provided below:

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Casio Watches | Answered on Mar 15, 2019


A detailed description of that proces is found in the manual of your watch. You can find the right manual by the module nr. on the back of your watch (4 digit number in a rectangle)

The manual for your watch can be downloaded via the link provided below:

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Casio Watches | Answered on Mar 15, 2019


A detailed description of that proces is found in the manual of your watch. You can find the right manual by the module nr. on the back of your watch (4 digit number in a rectangle)

The manual for your watch can be downloaded via the link provided below:
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Casio Watches | Answered on Mar 15, 2019


Nothing can be found on the module nr. you stated. Do you mean a Casio G-Shock G-314.
You can find the module nr. on back of your watch (4 digit number in a rectangle)

The manual for your watch can be downloaded via the link provided below:
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Casio Watches | Answered on Mar 15, 2019


On what type of device?

Military Time... | Answered on Mar 14, 2019


Your watch has quartz movement and stopwatch adjustment by one step (one full second) only. That means you will not be able to adjust stopwatch hand by using pushers on your watch as each push of the pusher will advance stopwatch hand for the full second, not the fifth or the tenth of the second, and the hand will stay slightly off anyway.
This happenened because the IC (integrated circuit) in your watch miscalculated the teeth count on chronograph wheel and stopped one or two teeth past or under the zero point. It doesn't happen very often, but in your case it did and the only solution is to find your nearest watch repair shop and ask for resetting stopwatch hand to zero.
This procedure needs partial disassembling of the watch and quite a great skill as the stopwatch hand must be removed and then refitted with great accuracy. All this needs to be done by very specialized tools as well.
I think this is the only solution of your problem unless you can live with that and just leave it as it is.
Do not forget to rate, please.

Festina... | Answered on Mar 13, 2019

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