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    need help finding online manual

    I have my new GW1800BDJ-1A1JF which is module 4359 but it doesn't show up on http://world.casio.com/wat/download/en/manual/
    is there any other place that would have the english manual
    thanks in advance for everyone's help

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    Re: need help finding online manual

    From Seiya website:

    http://www.seiyajapan.com/product/G-...BDJ-1A1JF.html


    Seiya says no English manual available yet and to refer to module 4358
    http://ftp.casio.co.jp/pub/world_man.../en/qw4358.pdf

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    Re: need help finding online manual

    sorry, but module 4358 is for a crown and my module 4359 has the 4 buttons, in each corner, and the instructions for 4358 don't apply
    If someone could help me out on this one it would really be appreciated
    even if I can get another module's instructions that are close I could at least set everything
    thanks

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    Re: need help finding online manual

    I know it's not an ideal answer, but I've gone through this process a few times now. When the Oceanus OCW-300 first came out, the only manual available was in Japanese. I tried translating it using a program and Google Language tools, but it just wasn't very easy.

    You can tell a lot from pictures though, so I'd suggest downloading the Japanese manual, and studying it. Generally, the watches are pretty easy to figure out, if you've had a Casio before, unless it's really complicated.

    Eventually, after about 2-3 months, I checked the English version again, and found that it now existed. So, most likely, if the watch is atomic (didn't check on your model number), and can be used in the US, they will translate the manual...it just make take some time.

    Nice watch, BTW, just checked it out. I bet the English version is not too far off...
    Last edited by geogecko; November 13th, 2007 at 17:20.

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