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Old Faithful 426

No Life Club Posts: 4,699 Captain's Apprentice
Old Faithful
« on: September 30, 2016, 09:22:18 PM »
My G-Shock has been nothing but trouble recently! It's 2 minutes fast every week. And more and more moisture is growing inside on certain occasions

I was in the market for used one when I visited my parents house, my first nice watch was this very Casio Fishing Watch.

I lost in a lake in Alabama during boy scout camp, we left my name and number and I bought another when I got home.

About 2 months later I had a package from camp show up and they had found my watch in the Lake!

My brother has been wearing it for the last 3 years but he can't wear one now that he plays football. Guess it's time to break it back in
No Life Club Posts: 4,699 Captain's Apprentice
Re: Old Faithful
« Reply #1 on: September 30, 2016, 09:23:01 PM »
The current Situation
Hero Member Posts: 765
Re: Old Faithful
« Reply #2 on: October 02, 2016, 03:56:39 PM »
You need to disassemble the watch pal, give it a good clean, leave the module out and the case open, for a day our two, in a place with no moisture, then, put it a new battery give it a ac reset and I think you a a watch there four a few years more!

In last case, buy a used one, cheap with a good module inside, like a dw-6900 our a dw-6600,dw-002,003, every module of this one's fit inside yours!

 

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