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    Frogman problem

    I recently noticed my TC Frogman's display has become slightly crooked. It has not taken any extremely hard knocks (even so, it should be able to handle it) that I know of. It appears as if the module has moved slightly inside the watch.
    I was just wondering if any of you have ever encountered a similar problem.
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    Re: Frogman problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Nolander
    I recently noticed my TC Frogman's display has become slightly crooked. It has not taken any extremely hard knocks (even so, it should be able to handle it) that I know of. It appears as if the module has moved slightly inside the watch.
    I was just wondering if any of you have ever encountered a similar problem.
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    only when i changed the battery... do the buttons still work the functions correctly?

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    Re: Frogman problem

    The buttons, all functions, etc work fine. Don't get me wrong, the misalignment of the module is slight, but very noticable.

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    Re: Frogman problem

    I would definitely return this to Casio and get it sorted. Much better idea than fiddling around with it unless you're a 'tinkerer'. It's too nice a watch to take chances with.

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    Re: Frogman problem

    Does the module move within the bezel when you apply pressure to any of the pushers?

    You might try checking the bezel retention screws for proper tightness. If one is loose, snug it up (careful, not too tight) and that might solve the problem.

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    Re: Frogman problem

    The module does not move when I press the buttons or wiggle the bezel, and the bezel scrwes seem tight. I do like to tinker a bit, but I am not sure what I would do if I were to remove the back. If I manually straighten the module, what is to say it will not rotate again? It very well may turn out to ba a warranty issue.

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    Re: Frogman problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Nolander
    The module does not move when I press the buttons or wiggle the bezel, and the bezel scrwes seem tight. I do like to tinker a bit, but I am not sure what I would do if I were to remove the back. If I manually straighten the module, what is to say it will not rotate again? It very well may turn out to ba a warranty issue.
    well if its under warranty....

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    Re: Frogman problem

    not sure, ordered from an internet site. I may have the reciept, and casio may honor it, but that is why I am tempted to open it up. I have all the proper tools, but not the knowledge.

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    Could you post some photos of this? Sounds really bizarre.

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    Re: Frogman problem

    I will post pics, but too tired to do it tonight. basically, the digital display is crooked, but the solar panel and the rest of the watch is aligned properly.

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