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I have Casio DBC 611 (I know is not G-Shock) and the watch makes +20s per month.. I open it but not found capacitor.. How can I regulate it?

P.S. I have and G-Shock 6900 with capacitor and I regulate it to 5s per 6 months.
 

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I have Casio DBC 611 (I know is not G-Shock) and the watch makes +20s per month.. I open it but not found capacitor.. How can I regulate it?

P.S. I have and G-Shock 6900 with capacitor and I regulate it to 5s per 6 months.
So I could be wrong about this but I think the circuitry on this may have the timings soldered accordingly at the factory...for you to change those timings you would need to know which pins corresponds to the timings of the circuit and know which are soldered and which one you would need to unsolder to get the correct timings you want. If you google it I think you may be able to find a chart for this I once saw a tutorial for the f91w/a158wa model (can't remember which) but these watches did not have the micro-adjust screw we're familiar with...the person in the tutorial had to reconfigure the pins based on the seconds they were gaining/losing per month.

If I had a link to this i would share it but i never saved it and it was something I randomly came across.

Hope you find what you're looking for.

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