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    Lost a case screw>>>>

    Hi,

    where can I get one ore two of this G-Shock case screws :-S

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    Re: Lost a case screw>>>>

    Hello:

    Is it one of the caseback screws or bezel screws. Also, which model is it from. I may have a spare that I can send you.
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    Re: Lost a case screw>>>>

    Hi Mike,

    thx for your answer

    it's from a DW-9000, it holds the plastic thing that is under the strap.

    you can see it on the pic.

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    Hi Ubu,

    If mike doesn't have this screw, I might have one on my school. I believe my spare G-Shock is even a DW-9000 or a DW-6900E (similar, not the three eyed devil) The bad thing is school begins in two weeks and some days from now, the good thing is I live near Germany...

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    Re: Lost a case screw>>>>

    Hi Sjors,

    that would be great, it's not so urgent, I can wait till you have acess to the screw.

    @Mike: thanks for your offer, I might need your help if Sjors hasn't got the right screw, but I believe this is a common part on the G's.

    This Forum is a great community,

    good to be here

    regs from Germany

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    Re: Lost a case screw>>>>

    Well you are in luck


    Any of the resin cased G's (i.e dw-5600E,5900 etc) will work. As it happens I have a coupe of DW-9050 screws laying about. If you still need them PM me and I will shoot them out to you via the mail but be foreworned that I am in the USA so it might take a couple of weeks to arrrive

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    Re: Lost a case screw>>>>

    Hi UBU, You can also order the screw from Casio. I have done so with DW-9800 Wademan screws (I had rounded a couple when changing batteries). They sent me the four screws free of charge -- but it took a while for them to order them! Good luck!!

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    Re: Lost a case screw>>>>

    Quote Originally Posted by 7s27
    ... but it took a while for them to order them! Good luck!!
    Sorry, to be more precise, it took a approx. 6 weeks for the screws to arrive from overseas and then be mailed over to me.

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    Re: Lost a case screw>>>>

    Quote Originally Posted by UBU
    Hi Mike,

    thx for your answer

    it's from a DW-9000, it holds the plastic thing that is under the strap.

    you can see it on the pic.

    regs

    Uwe
    Sorry, but checking my watch parts cabinet that is probably the only size Casio screw that I don't have. Wouldn't it be great if Casio used one universal screw for all external casework?

    Best of luck. I'm certain that one of the other members can help you out.
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    Re: Lost a case screw>>>>

    Hi Fellows,

    thanks for your help and offers

    I'll wait for Sjors until he's checked his stock.

    best regards from wet Germany

    Uwe

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