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    Full display test screen images.

    In answer to a question about an image I posted showing the full display test screen, I learned which buttons to push from an entry on Riley's Wiki. Full credit for this info may also belong to others, my source is at:

    http://mygshock.com/wiki/Trivia#How_...n_a_G-Shock.3F

    Here are some of my images of the test screen. Feel free to add your own images, might be useful to someone down the road.

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    Re: Full display test screen images.

    Quote Originally Posted by Konrad View Post

    this pic is making my head spin


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    Re: Full display test screen images.

    Quote Originally Posted by reznor View Post
    this pic is making my head spin
    Clockwise, I hope.

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    Re: Full display test screen images.

    can't seem to enter the TLT menu on my Mudman G9000

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    Re: Full display test screen images.

    Quote Originally Posted by Konrad View Post
    Clockwise, I hope.

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    Re: Full display test screen images.

    Great post and pics!




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    Re: Full display test screen images.

    Here's a few more:

    AWG-101


    DW-5600


    DW-6600


    DW-6900


    DW-9052


    G-2300 (this one took help as the test only displays momentarily)


    G-7500


    G-8000


    G-9000-3V


    GW-1500


    MTG-900


    PAW-1200-7T (these have multiple screens)






    PRG-90-3V (Notice the only difference between this and the PAW-1200 is the numbers painted on the crystal for the atomic reception. The display is identical.)


    PAW-1300-1V

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    Re: Full display test screen images.

    LOL, that's a lot of test screens

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    Re: Full display test screen images.

    Here are some of my test screens:























    Anyone know what the numbers mean on the above watches?


    Also, while fiddling to get the test screen on thins (which I couldn't get), I found this:











    And when failed to sync to the US clock, I got this:
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    Re: Full display test screen images.

    The four digit numbers that get displayed are the module numbers. I used to have a few shots of those, but can't find them now.

    I had a really hard time getting the buttons pushed at the same time on the Pathfinders.

    Off the top of my head, for anyone that may ask later, the numbers on the 1300 should be the atomic radio frequencies?
    Last edited by WT_351; April 15th, 2009 at 07:20.

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