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As title my muddy decided to reset itself the other day :think: sune i'm new to the world of g's is this a normal occurance? also is there a way to have the autoel setting on all the time. it seems to cut after a few hours?

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If you mean reset to factory settings, it's not normal.

Without referring to the Mudman manual, I seem to remember it's normal for the auto EL to switch off after a few hours, as a power saving precaution.
 

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If it's the solar mudman, the auto EL won't work if you're in a light room or outside during the day.

One of my friend's G-shocks had a problem once with the battery connection, and it would reset itself occasionally. See if that's the problem.
 

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cheers guys, I dont have a solar muddy, The watch has been working fine since the reset might have just been one of these freak things.

With my job i occasionally working in telephone exchanges i occasionaly get voltage 'kick' from the distribution frames :oops: that maybe upset it
 

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With my job i occasionally working in telephone exchanges i occasionaly get voltage 'kick' from the distribution frames :oops: that maybe upset it
That's most likely it. I think there's a combination of buttons you can press and hold to reset it, but I can't see that happening by accident, especially with Mudman buttons.

My Mudman manual is buried, but in another G-Shock manual it says the auto EL will deactivate after about 3 hours, so that's probably fine. |>
 
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