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MY NEW PHONE KEEPS SAYING PRESS MENU KEY TO SET UP!

I'VE PRESSED THE MENU KEY SO MUCH THE NEXT TIME IT TELLS ME THAT I SWEAR I'LL GET MY MONEY BACK!! I'VE DONE EVERYTHING THAT I'VE DONE THE FIRST TIME I SET IT UP SO WHY DOES IT KEEP TELLING ME TO PRESS THE MENU KEY? I'M DISGUSTED WITH YOUR PRODUCT AND I'M NOT LIKING IT AND IF IT DOESN'T START WORKING AGAIN I'LL NEVER BUY YOUR PRODUCT AGAIN!! THE PHONE WAS A NICE ONE TILL TODAY!!

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I have a digital watch SHARP made that says SUNDAY when really it is TUESDAY how can i get watch to say the right day?


Take a look at your watch. While models and brands vary, you'll find a few things in common on almost all of them. First, they'll have different modes of operation. A typical digital watch may have modes for time, stopwatch, date, alarm and timer, to name a few. Look on your watch for a button labeled "mode." Press it several times to see what's available. Typically the watch will display the name of each mode as you push the button repeatedly. When you've found the mode you want to adjust, stop there.

  • 2 Look for a button that is labeled "set" or "adjust" on your watch. The location will vary, depending on the brand of watch you own. Press in and hold this button. After a few seconds, the time (or whatever mode) you have selected will begin to flash. In most cases, you'll need to select the item you want to adjust (minutes or hours) by pressing "mode" again. Once the portion you want is flashing, you're ready to adjust it.
  • 3 Press a button to advance the parameter (hours or minutes) that you've selected. This button may or may not be labeled. If it isn't labeled, you'll have to experiment with different buttons. Once you've set the first parameter, change to the second by pressing "mode." Follow the same routine to adjust. To exit, you'll typically press the "set" button.
  • 4 Use resources available to you. There are thousands of digital watch styles on the market, each with slightly different setting methods. When you buy a watch, tuck the manual away in a safe location for reference. If you don't have the manual, do a website search. Most major manufacturers keep their manuals online for easy future reference.
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    I am not able to change my time.


    mcdevito75 here, You should have a button Called MODE, if not, look for a dimple, you"ll need a pin or tooth pick topress it in, this is your mode button, when you press MODe see the disp[lay flashing, then press set for ewach function, hour, minute, etc. after eac function is set press mode to move to the next function, when all is set press mode for steady display.

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    Hi,

    To set time, date, and options:
    1) With time and date showing, press and hold SET.
    2) Current time zone (1, 2, or 3) flashes. Press + or to select time zone to set, if desired.
    3) Press NEXT. Hour flashes. Press + or to change hour (including AM/PM); hold button to scan values
    4) Press NEXT. Minutes flash. Press + or to change minutes
    5) Press NEXT. Seconds flash. Press + or to set seconds to zero.
    6) Press NEXT. Month flashes. Press + or to change month.
    7) Press NEXT. Day flashes. Press + or to change day.
    8) Press NEXT. Year flashes. Press + or to change year.
    9) Press NEXT to set options. Press + or to change value and then press NEXT to go to next option. Press DONE at any
    step to exit and save settings. Available options are 12- or 24-hour time format, MM-DD or DD.MM date format, hourly
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    from mode sequence).


    Timex has two ways to find information about your particular watch. Some of these models only have a guide consisting of a few pages. If you don't have the manual, Try this link:

    Complete Timex link site:
    http://www.timex.com/info/Product_Instruction_Guides_Downloads

    Now, look up the model number, or if you cannot find that, check the three-digit Module Number from the back of the watch. Click on it in the Module Table, and download a PDF of your watch setting-instructions/manual.


    If you need further help, call Timex in Little Rock, Arkansas, phone 1-800-448-4639.

    I hope this helps you. Thanks, Bill

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    Bought a cheap digital watch at Academy. I dont see a brand name on it only "sport". The band is sewn onto the watch so cant see the modle #. Please help me figure out how to set the darn thing!


    mcdevito75 here, we"ll try, Press 1 button at a time, when you presss mode the display will blink, you may not have a button for mode rather an indent that you"ll have to push in with a toothpick, once the display is blinking press set for each function, Hour, Minute etc, after each function is set press mode to move on to the next function. When done press mode to retirn to staedy display.

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    Kd 3810 , i dont know how to change time


    i think its kadio 3810,and to set keep the mode key pressed for few seconds until the digits start blinking then use up and down key to set values ,press mode key to switch.i hope it helps.

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    How to set time Casio W-89H two button watch


    Actually, the watch has 3 buttons -- "Light" being the 3rd one. Press Mode until a number in the time mode begins flashing. Then press the Light button to get it to the hour indicator. Use the 12-24 Hr button to set it to the current hour. Then press the Light button again to get it to the minutes section. Again, use the 12-24 Hr. Button to set it to the next minute coming up in the current time. Then push the Light button again. This will bring up the seconds indicator. At the precise time the minute you set before begins, hit the 12-24 Hr. button, and the indicator goes back to zero and begins ticing away. Then hit the Mode button again until the watch is in the current time mode. Hope this helps. I use Internet time to set a precise time.

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    Alarm


    So the alarm setting is just hidden. To unhide it, just go to the time menu and hold set. With the flashing time, scroll through the menus with the mode button until you get to alarm 1. Then press start/split to unhide it. You can also hide or unhide any of the other menus along the way.

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    Unable to set time and date on a vestal G5 global traveler watch


    Not sure if you found your answer or not but I managed to locate the manual on the Columbia website. Here it is in case you haven't found yours yet:

    http://www.columbia.com/images/PDFs/customer_service/ColumbiaLeaflet_7-05.pdf

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    Setting watch


    Alright, so the actual solution probably revolves around the fact you are stuck on "T2" time mode. This is found by a symbol that reads either "T1" or "T2" directly above the seconds. So first make sure you are in "T1" by holding the ST/SP button first, then holding the SET button second and simultaneously. After holding both for a couple seconds, the mode will switch from either T1 to T2 or T2 to T1. Once you get the T1 to be selected, you can then press and hold the SET button. Once that is held long enough, a menu will pop up saying "Chime" as the first display. Press the Mode button to start displaying the other features, such as hour, minute, second, month, date, etc. To make changes within a selection use the ST/SP and RESET as up and down changes. When you are all done and back to the Chime feature, you can press SET to exit out of the menu.

    As a side note, the T2 function is based off your T1 time, so if you are in a different time zone, you can offset the time by however many hours you off from the T1 time - but the key is to get the T1 time set first.

    Hope this helps.

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    Set time


    I have just posted this problem on here myself but have also just found the solution after searching the internet so here it is..........

    Hold down the top left hand button which is for the light and then a menu should come up saying 'LIGHT' & the option for on or off, ignore this & press the bottom left button, the next option is for the 'CHIME' & on or off, press bottom left button again & the option for 'TIME' comes up. Use the buttons on the right to alter the time until it is correct and then press the bottom left button again for the date and select the correct month and day and year and then you are all set up! Hurray, a watch that tells the time, im chuffed!

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