Giez GS-1100 issues - help please

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    Giez GS-1100 issues - help please

    Hi guys
    My Giez has developed a couple of problems and I'm hoping someone can help me.
    1. The date window is showing the wrong date (9 when it's the tenth etc). I have tried manually changing it but as soon as it syncs it returns to the wrong date.
    2. In Chrono mode the sub second dial (at 6 o'clock) no longer resets to 0, it now stops two ticks before.

    Despite the fact that I don't use the Chrono function much these two things are seriously detracting from my pleasure of the watch. Anyone got any ideas?
    Many thanks all
    Pete

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    Re: Giez GS-1100 issues - help please

    I am an old timer and since I do not have the young kid savvy on modern electronics got fed up with my 1100 and sold it at a fraction of its cost...beautiful watch but too complicated for me.

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    Re: Giez GS-1100 issues - help please

    You need to reset the watch to zero and read the instructions on how to do this.

    I had a similar problem with my first GS1300 and this solved the problem.

    I have three GW3000 watches and the first thing I did was to reset the watches to zero and this includes the date, month, & year.

    It is not rocket science; all it takes is the ability to read and be patient.

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    Thanks all. Patience and reading worked a treat.

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    Re: Giez GS-1100 issues - help please

    Quote Originally Posted by tenpasten View Post
    Thanks all. Patience and reading worked a treat.
    Good work, you now have a better understanding of how Casio developed such an anolog watch using a digital format behind the dial.
    Last edited by sidecross; July 12th, 2011 at 00:00.

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