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    Part of the module where your strap screws in is broken (GX56). HELP! (pictures included)

    Hello everyone!

    I let my niece borrow my GX56-1A and I found out that

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    I accidentally pressed the Enter button while editing the title and can't seem to edit the thread.

    So, I let my niece borrow my watch and I found out that the strap is lose when he returned it. I took the bezel out and found out that the part of the module case that holds the strap is broken! My heart broke. It's my first G-Shock and my dad bought it for me as a gift. Here are the pictures:

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    I used a cheap superglue for temporary fix.

    I'm just wondering what I should use, or what type of adhesive I can use that will last.
    Thanks!

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    how long ago did you get it? possible warranty. or, you are going to have to get a new case from Casio.
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    I have it for almost 5 years now. :(
    Is there any fix I can do besides getting a new case? It's hard to find parts here in Philippines, and shipping is expensive.
    Thanks for replying.

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    Re: Part of the module where your strap screws in is broken (GX56). HELP! (pictures included)

    how did he broken it? sit on it? jump on it? roll a car over it?
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    Re: Part of the module where your strap screws in is broken (GX56). HELP! (pictures included)

    I have no idea. :( He's been quiet about it lately.

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    I would think a good quality super glue would work well, the surfaces look good enough to work.

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    Re: Part of the module where your strap screws in is broken (GX56). HELP! (pictures included)

    Issue him a bill for a new one.

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    I have no idea. :( He's been quiet about it lately.
    Probably torture tested it for the youtube views jk jk
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    Quote Originally Posted by ocddave View Post
    I would think a good quality super glue would work well, the surfaces look good enough to work.
    I'll buy one once the rain stopped. Should I remove the existing hardened cheap super glue before using a high quality one or can I glue it right away?

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