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Technical development does not stand still - there are more and more new applications and features in devices. This does not exactly make operation any simpler for the user either! Without the right guide, you often have problems carrying out rare or difficult processes or settings on the device. In such a case, the operating manual is urgently required.

Casio provides a huge service and technical support platform where there is not only a section of FAQ’s but also other helpful downloads such as of product manuals or videos tutorials. For further product and support information there are international links that lead to the local website of a continent/ country. 

Click on the following link to go directly to the Casio website for download manuals:


Casio Operating Manual Download Area


Casio is a Japanese company founded in 1946 which also produces consumer electronic devices. The beginning of the Company is marked by the release of the world's first entirely electric compact calculator in 1957. Nowadays the Casio Group is a worldwide network with a number of locations in Europe, Middle East, Asia, Japan and America.
Casio is especially popular and known for a number of notable digital cameras inventions that have been made In the 1980s, its budget electronic instruments and homemusical keyboard instruments and because it was one of the earliest manufacturers of quartz watches, both digital and analogue. 

The Casio product range includes watches, clocks, calculators, electronic musical instruments, projectors, digital diary, cash registers, electronic dictionaries, digital cameras and more.


Casio products:

Cash registers:
QT-2100, QT-6000, QT-6100, QT-6600, 120CR/130CR/140CR, SE-C300, SE-C450, SE-S2000, SE-S3000, SE-G1, TE-100, TE-2000, TE-M80, TK-3200, TK-6000, V-R100, SR-C550

Electronic musical instruments:
AP-6BP, AP-700, AP-620, AP-420, AP-460, CDP-100, CDP-135, CDP-235R, CGP-700, CTK-700, CTK-810, CTK-900, CTK-2000, CTK-2100
CT-S100, CT-X3000, GP-510, LK-160, LK-170, LK-210, MA-150, MA-170, PX-830, PX-770, WK-7500, WK-8000

EILIM ES-JE10, EX-P600, EX-P700, EX-Z8, EX-Z9, EX-Z700, EX-Z800, EX-ZS200, EX-ZS250, GV-20, GV-20, EX-MR1

G-Shock Clocks:
GA-100, GA-1000, GWN-1000, GA-400, GA-110, GWG-1000, GG-1000, GA-700


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User Manual Information

A user manual shows you all important operating steps and the correct handling of the product.
All useful information published in a user manual should be easy to read so that you can understand all technical operating instructions.
Please follow the instructions in your user manual as well as the operating conditions and safety instructions to ensure that the product functions properly and remains usable for a long time.
Only use the manufacturer's operating instructions.