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Casio "Arnie" dive watch stuck in hacked


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Hi, I have a Casio MW320. It seems to be stuck in a hacked position. The hands do not move but the second hand just trembles. The crown and adjuster come all the way out and i suspect some part of the mechanism for locking the crown/adjuster in place is broken. The digital part of the watch works fine. 

Is it possible to fix? Also any idea how to find out the movement type for procuring a replacement as there are no part numbers on it and ebay searches just come up with whole watches. 

Cheers 

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21 minutes ago, Domtic said:

Hi, I have a Casio MW320. It seems to be stuck in a hacked position. The hands do not move but the second hand just trembles. The crown and adjuster come all the way out and i suspect some part of the mechanism for locking the crown/adjuster in place is broken. The digital part of the watch works fine. 

Is it possible to fix? Also any idea how to find out the movement type for procuring a replacement as there are no part numbers on it and ebay searches just come up with whole watches. 

Cheers 

The module/movement  number will be on the case back see link below

https://support.casio.com/en/manual/manuallist.php?cid=009

 

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2 hours ago, Domtic said:

Thanks. Found a movement but cheaper to just buy a whole watch. I might look for another movement to put in the case though. 

I'll take the old 'broken' movement off of you, have a 'couple' of these that require the electronic parts replacing......:thumbsup:

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If you are sourcing a movement for yours be aware that there are two distinctly different versions of the AMW320. one has one button on the crown side of the case and the other has the two buttons on the opposite side of the case and  none on the crown side, needless to say the movements are completely different with no discernable common parts.....

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