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Hi, just joined this forum today. I live in Whitley Bay (Geordieland), drive a Volkswagon T4 and my main watch is a Casio DW-400 which I've had from new in 1991.
Watch still going strong keeping very good time although the alarm and hourly signal no longer chime and the bezel seems to be jammed.
Anyone got any ideas how I might get this to move freely? Many thanks, Bob
 

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Welcome aboard, It may be time to upgrade your watch, no offense but you got a lot of use from your Casio it may be time get a few new watches and add her to your rotation. Enjoy your stay.
 
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Hi Bob, welcome ! :smile-thumb:

So nice to have a chance to talk with you, and hear
about your excellent taste in watches, and cars. :coo2l:

Honesly don't have an exact answer for the bezel on
your Casio. But if water alone doesn't work, then have
heard of people trying just a touch of WD40. Followed
by a little soap, and water to loosen things.

All the best, and welcome once again !
 

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My advice, shitcan it and buy a new model off of Amazon!
 

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Beadnelbay:
Mind you don't become a spendthrift like me!!!!
I've owned 28 watches before. Caught the ire of
me wife often. Mke sure as a noobie you don't
become prey to WAS (Watch Acquisition Syndrome)

Lou Snutt
 
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