I can't figure out how to turn off sound. The watch goes nuts and alternates between different screens, when I'd just like it to stay on the miles/time/pace screen. While it's alternating, it beeps incessantly. Please help me turn off the sound AND/OR make it stay on one screen.
Sounds like you need to lock the bezel, because it is always active and will change even with accidental brushing against body or clothes. Choose the screen yuo want to display and press the two buttons on the side at the same time and your bezel should lock. A brief message will appear onscreen. Do the same to unlock. With the bezel locked you can start and stop the session timer as usual using the start/stop button at top right.
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Do a clear cmos and then try reducing the number of ram sticks that you use to just one, and keep alternating ram sticks in different dimm slots. You may have one or more dead ram sticks/dimms.
Try taking the back off and orientating it the other way (i.e. turn top for bottom). You don't have to screw it down to see if this will work. As soon as the back clicks in you will be able to hear beeps as you press the buttons
Hey, I had the same problem with my Coleman watch. It would alarm at midnight. I used the mode feature like the poster before me said. When I got to the alarm "screen" I used the button that backlights the watch's screen. The light came on and the alarm feature was removed. I hope this helps.
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