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as a member for 180 days or more. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out casio protrek barometer error the FAQ by clicking the link above. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. To start viewing messages, select the forum that casio pathfinder manual you want to visit from the selection below. Results 1 to 8 of 8 Thread: Casio Protrek - "OPEN" message Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Search Thread Advanced Search Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode 25th September 2015,22:01 #1 vagabond View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Master Join Date May

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2006 Location Here and There.... Posts 3,300 Casio Protrek - "OPEN" message I've had my Protrek (PRW-1100YTJ) for quite a few years now - it's a JDM model originally bought off the SC and it can be found on my wrist most days of the week as I have come to be quite attached to it over the years. Like most G-Shocks and Protreks, it is just such a practical and robust tool watch and simply soaks up any and all the abuse I throw at it and performs faultlessly.......until now! Went to set an alarm for tomorrow morning and to my surprise, I see this "OPEN" message on the face and none of the buttons work!!! Did a quick bit of googling and it seems that the watch thinks that the case back is open? WTF!!! I'll have to do some more research on this but was wondering whether any TZ members have had similar happen to them and if so, how did they resolve the issue? TIA. Last edited by vagabond; 25th September 2015 at 22:08. Reply With Quote 25th September 2015,22:47 #2 Mitch View Profil

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if your post count is 50 or more and you have been registered as a member for 60 days or more. You can post in Sales Corner if your post count is 250 or more Source and you have been registered as a member for 180 days or casio watch more. If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Results 1 to 8 of 8 Thread: Casio ProTrek sensor reading problems Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Search Thread Advanced Search Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid http://forum.tz-uk.com/showthread.php?344692-Casio-Protrek-quot-OPEN-quot-message Mode Switch to Threaded Mode 26th January 2009,07:42 #1 erik Guest Casio ProTrek sensor reading problems Hello, New on the forum, so bear with me. I'm having a problem with a Casio ProTrek/Pathfinder, and was wondering if anyone else has seen the same? The compass no longer gives a reading. Trying to recalibrate doesn't work, it seems to not take a reading at all from the sensor if I venture a guess. Same goes for the altimeter, but then again I never use that. http://forum.tz-uk.com/showthread.php?64471-Casio-ProTrek-sensor-reading-problems Barometer works. My first guess would be that the direction sensor has been demagnetized, even though the manual says the calibration should act differently in that case. So 1) Has anyone seen this? Have you even been able to fix it? 2) Has anyone handed in a ProTrek to have the sensor replaced? Cheers, /Erik Reply With Quote 26th January 2009,09:23 #2 Griswold View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Grand Master Join Date Feb 2005 Location Yorkshire, England Posts 14,031 Re: Casio ProTrek sensor reading problems Hi Erik, welcome to the forum. I have a ProTrek, but haven't experienced the problems you're having. What is the state of charge of the cell? Low power will turn off many of the features on the ProTrek. HTH Best Regards - Peter Some days you're the pigeon. Some days you're the statue. Reply With Quote 26th January 2009,10:02 #3 Jonmurgie View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Grand Master Join Date Feb 2007 Location Cheltenham Posts 11,322 Re: Casio ProTrek sensor reading problems Welcome to the forum :) Sorry I can't help but wanted to say Hi anyhow :D Reply With Quote 26th January 2009,14:16 #4 tribe125 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Master Join Date May 2007 Location UK Posts 2,564 Re: Casio ProTrek sensor reading problems I don't think I've seen this problem reported on either the G-Shock or ABC forums on WUS. Reply With Quote 27th J

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under  UncategorizedTags Casio, How-To, PRG-90T 1 I've had this watch for about 3 years. A few days back I found that my Casio Protrek Triple Sensor PRG-90T-7V displaying "op en" instead of the date. None of the buttons are working, only the Auto EL feature is working. Here is what I do to fix it: The PRG-90T-7V (probably all the Casio PRG series) has a couple of little springs inside that make contact with the back plate. If those springs are missing, then the watch thinks that the back plate is missing. It also display the same error if the backplate removed. *** I am sorry for the quality of the pictures here, they all taken with my cellphone. I have no camera ready at the time of this work. *** Here is the picture of my PRG-90T-7V showing "op en". PRG-90T-7V showing "op en" I do not recommend that you try to fix it yourself. You should send it to Casio for a service. I do this because there is no Casio service center in my area and sending it to another nearest service center will take days. Steps: [*] Find a small (+) screw driver before you begin. [*] Remove the band. You have to do this before you can get the backplate off. Be careful with the claps that holding the band. This can be difficult because you need to disengaged two spring bars simultaneusly. Be patients and slow, the spring bars tend to fly when you remove the clasp. Do not lose the them. [img]http://www.kaliphonia.com/files/166/IMG-01.jpg[/img] [*] Unscrew the sensor part. See the picture below. Unscrew the sensor part There is two screws there. There is two screws [*] Then you need to remove the plastic/resin that obstructing you from getting the back off. remove the plastic/resin You need to pull them carefully especially the one near the sensor. I cannot get this one off, because there is some part of it that stuck under black part which has "TOUGH SOLAR" text. Here is how to pull them off. Be gently. Follow the yellow arrow to pull them. Follow the yellow arrow Follow the yellow arrow Here is how it looks after pulled off, notice the one that still there -- the part marked with blue [A]. While the other one [B] is pulled off. There are 4 screws there (blue circles), unscrew them off gently. Push the backplate with your finger while unscrewing to prevent the springs inside flying off while you pull the backplate off. There are 4 screws [*] Here is the backpl