Casio G-Shock solar Atomic Watch GW-300

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    Casio G-Shock solar Atomic Watch GW-300

    Might anyone be able to advise the location of each of the three internal springs? We have one long and two short. Knowing where the long one goes would let the others fall into place. Also, what's the best source for replacement?

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    Re: Casio G-Shock solar Atomic Watch GW-300

    Sleuth,

    I've just recently replaced the battery in my GW300 and made a diagram of the spring layout prior to taking the battery out. Luckily I saved it. I've scanned it and attached it to this post.

    I don't know about replacements, but you could try the folks at Casio. You should be able to find the number on these forums or the G-Shock Wiki site.

    I hope this helps and good luck.
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    Re: Casio G-Shock solar Atomic Watch GW-300

    Thanks. You certainly did the right thing to make a copy. Had a friend, who's better with small electronics than I am, work on the watch to change the battery. He said when he finished the long spring went in with difficulty and one of the smaller ones shot off somewhere. Just ordered three new ones from Casio Parts in New Jersey. $6.97 complete for all three. (800) 223-2001.

    Any suggestions for installing the new springs?
    Last edited by sleuth; November 5th, 2009 at 17:12.

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