Module No. 2001/2002
Congratulations upon your selection of the CASIO Wrist Audio Player (this
watch). To get the most out of your purchase, be sure to read this manual
carefully and keep it on hand for later reference when necessary.
The MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer 3) audio playback capabilities of this
watch are intended for listening to audio and music files only for your
own personal enjoyment. Such files are normally protected by copyright
law and by international treaties. You may not otherwise reproduce,
distribute, publicly perform, or create derivative works of such files,
unless authorized by the appropriate copyright owner(s).
CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD. assumes no responsibility for any loss,
or any claims by third parties that may arise through the use of this
About This Manual
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Charging the battery
Use only the AC Adaptor or the Interface/Charger Unit that comes with
your watch to charge its battery. Use of another device for charging
creates the risk of battery leakage, overheating, explosion, fire, and
AC Adaptor and Interface/Charger Unit
Note the following important precautions whenever using the AC Adaptor
and Interface/Charger Unit that comes with your watch.
Should you notice smoke or strange odor coming from the AC Adaptor
or Interface/Charger Unit, immediately unplug the power cord from the
wall outlet and request servicing from your original dealer. Continued
use under these conditions creates the risk of electric shock.
Make sure that the AC Adaptor and Interface/Charger Unit are not
exposed to water, dirt, or any other foreign matter. Should the AC
Adaptor or Interface/Charger unit ever get wet, immediately unplug the
power cord from the wall outlet and request servicing from your
Never use the AC Adaptor or Interface/Charger Unit while it is covered
with a blanket or any other object.
Never touch the AC Adaptor or Interface/Charger Unit when your
hands are wet. Doing so creates the risk of electric shock.
Never try to take AC Adaptor or Interface/Charger Unit apart or allow
the contacts inside the Interface/Charger Unit to become shorted.
Never expose the AC Adaptor or Interface/Charger Unit to direct heat
or dispose of them by incineration.
Do not drop the AC Adaptor or Interface/Charger Unit or otherwise
subject them to strong impact.
During thunderstorms, unplug the AC Adaptor and Interface/Charger
Unit from the wall outlet.
Avoid prolonged contact between your skin and the AC Adaptor and
Interface/Charger Unit while power is being supplied to them, and
between your skin and the watch while its battery is being charged.
Prolonged contact creates the risk of low temperature burn injury.
Keep the AC Adaptor and Interface/Charger Unit out of the reach of
Use only a power source whose output matches the rating marked on
the plate of AC adaptor.
Do not locate the power cord near stoves or other sources of intense
heat. Heat can melt power cord insulation and create the risk of fire
and electric shock.
When unplugging the power cord from the wall socket, grasp the AC
adaptor. Never pull on the cord itself. Doing so can damage the power
cord and create the risk of fire and electric shock.
Whenever leaving the AC Adaptor and Interface/Charger Unit
unattended for long periods, be sure to unplug the AC adaptor from
the wall socket.
Button operations are indicated using the
text or icons marked on the watch.
Each section of this manual provides you
with the information you need to perform
operations in each mode. Troubleshooting
information can be found in the
This User's Guide covers actual watch
operations only. For information about
downloading MP3 files to the watch, see the
contents of the Manual folder on the CD-
ROM that comes with the watch.
Avoid leaving the AC Adaptor and Interface/Charger Unit in areas
subjected to high humidity and large amounts of dust. Such conditions
create the risk of fire and electric shock.
Rechargeable Battery Handling
Never try to remove the rechargeable battery from the watch yourself.
Leave all battery replacement procedures up to your original dealer or
Listening to music at very loud volumes for long periods can damage your
hearing. Be especially careful about the volume setting to avoid sudden
high volume sound when you first start listening to music with the watch.
Precautions During Use
Never listen to music while driving a car, riding a motorcycle or
bicycle, or operating any other type of vehicle. Doing so can interfere
with you being alerted to dangerous situations around you and creates
the risk of accident.
Never listen to music while walking outside. Doing so can interfere
with you being alerted to traffic and conditions around you and creates
the risk of accident.
Be sure to back up all important data on your computer hard disk or
some other medium.
Data stored in memory can be unexpectedly lost due to malfunction,
BEFORE USING THE WATCH...
Resetting the Watch
Pressing the reset button with a thin, pointed object resets the watch and
returns the current time, stopwatch, and alarm settings to their initial factory
Reset the watch whenever either of the following conditions exists.
If nothing appears on the display of the watch when you charge its battery
the first time after purchasing it.
Whenever the watch starts to operate abnormally or when nothing appears
on the display.
The following describes the two types of button operations you need to
perform when operating this watch.
Press .......... Press the button and release it immediately. A confirmation tone
sounds and the applicable function is performed when you
release the button.
Hold down .. Hold down the button until a confirmation tone sounds and the
applicable function is performed.
Regardless of whether you are pressing or holding down a button, make
sure to depress the button as far as it will go. Confirm proper operation by
listening for the confirmation tone and watching the display of the watch.