loose pushers on DW5600C, whats missing?
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    loose pushers on DW5600C, whats missing?

    Hey guys! Got this 5600C from the bay. It had a wrong battery installed but looked quite nice part from that.
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    However, i noticed that the upper and lower right pushers are loose. I took them out and they look like this.
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    According to this page there should be 1. Button, 2. Spring, 3. Washer, 4. Watch case, 5. 2 O-rings, 6. Circlip.

    I dont know what they mean by the washer but it has the spring and the 2 o-rings (should these be in different colors?)
    I presume its missing its circlip/e-clip and thats whats making them fall out? Are these the same as on the newer g-shocks? Where can i buy these part from pacparts and tiktox?

    All help is appreciated!

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    Re: loose pushers on DW5600C, whats missing?

    There should be 2 of the black o-rings, not whatever that grey thing is. Both o-rings are the same size.

    The washer should go between the spring and top o-ring, (I think), this all goes on the button before it's pushed through the case.

    Then after the button is pushed into it's hole, the e-clip goes on the end onto the little cut out under the end of the stem.

    Hope that helps?

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    Re: loose pushers on DW5600C, whats missing?

    Ah, so all the parts are on the pusher, and e-clip attaches it from the inside. Damn. So these are AM gaskets at best? Everything at the bay is so shady. Oh well. Any idea where to source new parts that doesnt cost a fortune?

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    Re: loose pushers on DW5600C, whats missing?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fujoor View Post
    Ah, so all the parts are on the pusher, and e-clip attaches it from the inside. Damn. So these are AM gaskets at best? Everything at the bay is so shady. Oh well. Any idea where to source new parts that doesnt cost a fortune?
    As far as I know, and don't take this as gospel, MOST G's will have 2 o-rings so if you can find a broken watch with the metal buttons then parts from it should fit yours.

    The e-clips are pretty much a standard size no matter what Casio they come from.

    Maybe your country's Casio parts dept sell the bits you need?

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    Re: loose pushers on DW5600C, whats missing?

    Thanks sodamonkey. Ill look for parts. I think my best bet is to take it from another g-shock

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    Re: loose pushers on DW5600C, whats missing?

    Th grey "O"rings are normal. Buy an old broken G-Shock & scavenge the parts; they are all pretty much interchangeable.

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    Re: loose pushers on DW5600C, whats missing?

    Here's the arrangement.

    Pusher....Spring....Washer....Black O-ring ...Gray O-ring ... Circlip
    You can get Circlip/E-ring at Pacparts or buy an donor watch, whichever is more beneficial and convenient to you.
    PacParts: 91061576433



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    Re: loose pushers on DW5600C, whats missing?

    Great answers from everyone! Thanks. I'll look for a good option!


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    Re: loose pushers on DW5600C, whats missing?

    Great stuff, moved this to Tutorial for easier reference in the future. Thanks guys.
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    Re: loose pushers on DW5600C, whats missing?

    You can order "E" clips from PacParts, but they've raised their prices quite a lot (they used to be $0.50, but now they're $2!). Really sad that they don't sell a pack of 10 for like $6. There might be other places to source. But, if you can pick up a very badly beaten up old G-Shock (such as cracked crystal), you can get that for cheap and then cannibalize it for many parts to include the "E" clips. I did that -- picked up a terribly damaged DW-5700 for $3. I was able to cannibalize it for at least 10 different parts.
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