So the biggest problem is that the buttons don't respond, yeah? It might be missing a spring from inside the module if someone opened it up completely.
Yes, the biggest problem is that the buttons don't respond.So the biggest problem is that the buttons don't respond, yeah? It might be missing a spring from inside the module if someone opened it up completely.
Me neither. It's crazy. Who would add a second gasket? For what reason?Although... I just saw your photo of the two gaskets. This watch does NOT have two gaskets, so either someone went into it at some point and added a gasket, or it is a weird manufacturing error. Never seen anything like that before
If it was just barely on M (not that you can tell if it was or not), then using those functions would push it over the edge. Especially if it was a battery that wont hold a proper charge any more.Of course I will keep you posted G-fob, It's the least I can do after your kind help. Thank you all. : )
Battery was a Panasonic and looks exactly like the ones that are provided with solar G's.
It's weird, because as I have said, I used the watch for a whole day and had no problem at all using compass, alarms, etc. I doubt I drained the battery because I exposed the watch to the sun as soon as I got it expecting it to reach H in some days.
I think its shape looks a bit different because it was deformed. Watch didn't look like it was opened before (black screws are now a little peeled, but they were perfectly black when I got the watch). So I still think it was a factory defect. Nobody would place a second gasket when the original one is in perfect shape. It probably was hidden between the backplate and the plastic part that covers the backplate.As for the second gasket, I think someone opened it before and put it in there for whatever reason. Highly doubt that it'd be a factory defect, it's not even the same shape...