Full auto calender run out?
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    Full auto calender run out?

    Ok I have a bit of a problem on my hand.....as we all know some older vintage g-shock models have full auto calendars as is the case with my newly restored DW-5900. But what I didn't realize is that I only have about 2 years left before the auto calender ends on it. Will I still be able to use it even though my calendar ended?

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    Re: Full auto calender run out?

    The calendar repeats every 28 years, so just set it to the year that is 28 years earlier and the dates and days of week will match up.

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    Re: Full auto calender run out?

    Quote Originally Posted by GaryK30 View Post
    The calendar repeats every 28 years, so just set it to the year that is 28 years earlier and the dates and days of week will match up.
    Thanks

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    Re: Full auto calender run out?

    Here's an interesting tool you can try as well: https://www.timeanddate.com/calendar/repeating.html
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    Re: Full auto calender run out?

    Quote Originally Posted by J.D.B. View Post
    Here's an interesting tool you can try as well: https://www.timeanddate.com/calendar/repeating.html
    Thanks

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