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12 hour vs 24 hour read on clock

How do you reset the clock from a 24 hour military read to a 12 hour a.m./p.m. read?

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Push the "mode" button twice to enter the time change function. Once the display is blinking keep pushing the mode button until you see the "pm" icon on the LCD display. When that happens set the clock as you normally would using the 1-4 keys.

Remember to check if the 12 hour clock is set to AM or PM.

Good luck.

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down Alarm Setup and press On/Off to switch between AM/PM (12 hour) and Military
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