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    Question Turning off auto receive GW-4000

    Hello everyone, I am wanting to turn off the auto receive feature on the Casio G-Shock GW-4000 with module 5087. I read the manual and did a search online with no success. Does anyone know how to shut this feature off on this module? Thanks.
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    Re: Turning off auto receive GW-4000

    maybe you should try to search again with "turn off atomic reception, g-shock", don't include gw-4000

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    Go to the receive mode, hold down the button above it and then toggle.
    Edit: Whoops, for some reason I read gw-9400. Sorry
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    Re: Turning off auto receive GW-4000

    Quote Originally Posted by g-fob2 View Post
    maybe you should try to search again with "turn off atomic reception, g-shock", don't include gw-4000
    Yeah...I already tried that. For whatever reason there is nothing for the GW-4000.
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    Re: Turning off auto receive GW-4000

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Jones82 View Post
    Go to the receive mode, hold down the button above it and then toggle.
    Edit: Whoops, for some reason I read gw-9400. Sorry
    No worries, the GW-9400 is easy. I am beginning to wonder if this module is not able to be turned off. Anyone have any experience with the GW-4000 module 5087?
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    ya it cannot be turned off.
    that is why I have the non-atomic version of it - G-1400.
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    Re: Turning off auto receive GW-4000

    Quote Originally Posted by Everdying View Post
    ya it cannot be turned off.
    that is why I have the non-atomic version of it - G-1400.
    Man, that is a massive bummer! And there are no hacks for it?
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    Re: Turning off auto receive GW-4000

    Move to other region where the atomic waves can't reach you
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    Re: Turning off auto receive GW-4000

    May I ask the reason why you want to turn it off? Perhaps there is a different path to reach what you want to achieve.

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    Re: Turning off auto receive GW-4000

    Quote Originally Posted by computer_freak View Post
    May I ask the reason why you want to turn it off? Perhaps there is a different path to reach what you want to achieve.
    I would like to shut it off when in certain, odd time zones. It will show the incorrect time in some locations. Off by 30mins or a hour.
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