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    Pathfinder question

    I just got a Pathfinder PAW 1500T and the book I got with it is marked Module No. 3070 (B). I don't know how often Casio changes their printing and most everything on my watch is in the book EXCEPT for the Tide chart. This little wave is at the bottom of the watch and part of it will flash every second in sync with the flashing counting seconds as well as a traveling around the dial second small square. The wave will change in part due to the time of day and I assume has some real meaning. I live about 400 miles from the ocean so it is more of a conversation piece for me.
    Also I don't see any real battery indicator as is shown in the book.
    Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks, Tom
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    Re: Pathfinder question

    Doc, I'm looking at my Pathfinder PAW-1500T and it is module 3134. You got the wrong manual.

    Power indicator on the watch is right below the 'hour'.

    Can't help with the tide graph.

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    Re: Pathfinder question

    here is the correct manual for 3134

    http://ftp.casio.co.jp/pub/world_man.../en/qw3134.pdf

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    Re: Pathfinder question

    Thanks, Blue UT6, i thought it was the wrong manual. Special thanks to eurocopter for the link, I bookmarked it and when I'm a little more awake, I'll tackle it. Thanks again to the both of you. Tom
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