Casio Solution to the RECOVER problem

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    Casio Solution to the RECOVER problem

    Just thought you might want to know:
    I've received an email from Casio Netherlands saying that the 2957 module can be replaced with a newer 2957 module for 35 Euro's.

    For those who don't know about the problem:

    Many G5600 G-shocks, and some other models, after a year or so start going into RECOVER too often. The problem has been discussed in many posts and has been attributed either to the CTL1616 battery or to the module itself.

    Replacing the old module with a newer version should do the trick!

    cheers

    Andy
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    Re: Casio Solution to the RECOVER problem

    Thanks for the information.

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    Re: Casio Solution to the RECOVER problem

    okay, so thats the G-5600's dealt with, what about the other affected models?
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    Re: Casio Solution to the RECOVER problem

    Why should the customer have to pay for this?

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    Re: Casio Solution to the RECOVER problem

    This is of course for older watches that are no longer under warranty.....
    I think the newer watches don't have this type of problem because they already have the new version of the module.

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    Re: Casio Solution to the RECOVER problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Andy128 View Post
    Just thought you might want to know:
    I've received an email from Casio Netherlands saying that the 2957 module can be replaced with a newer 2957 module for 35 Euro's.

    For those who don't know about the problem:

    Many G5600 G-shocks, and some other models, after a year or so start going into RECOVER too often. The problem has been discussed in many posts and has been attributed either to the CTL1616 battery or to the module itself.

    Replacing the old module with a newer version should do the trick!

    cheers

    Andy
    thats very nice from casio to let you pay one more time for something you already paid for but didnt work. (ironic).
    regards,
    gerry fonklover

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    Re: Casio Solution to the RECOVER problem

    Better late than never!

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    Re: Casio Solution to the RECOVER problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Seamaster73 View Post
    Better late than never!
    better for free than for 35 euro ...

    but its good to know that later productionseries should have the proper module.
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    Re: Casio Solution to the RECOVER problem

    My first G, which was the G-2800 has the 2534 module. Those of you who owns the MTG-911, which has 2654 module will realise that both of these models share similar looking modules.

    It's obvious that the 2534 module is problematic. I highlighted this a few years ago. Anyway, Casio did replaced my faulty G-2800 with a brand new G of my choice. So,thanks Casio for making things right, at least for me!:thanks


    Cheers,
    MountainMike

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    Re: Casio Solution to the RECOVER problem

    Quote Originally Posted by MountainMike View Post
    My first G, which was the G-2800 has the 2534 module. Those of you who owns the MTG-911, which has 2654 module will realise that both of these models share similar looking modules.

    It's obvious that the 2534 module is problematic. I highlighted this a few years ago. Anyway, Casio did replaced my faulty G-2800 with a brand new G of my choice. So,thanks Casio for making things right, at least for me!:thanks


    Cheers,
    MountainMike
    they also exchanged my dw5600e to a new one when the sound mysteriously faded away (after some private tough tests)
    regards,
    gerry fonklover

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