I have lost the instruction sheet that came with my watch. The alarm was accidently set, now I can't unset it. Also it was supposed to chime and I can't reset that. I searched the net for a website, can't find a viable one. Help? There are no other identifying model codes on the watch other than WR50M on the strap that holds the band by the watch face. It has a large watch face, illuminates, water resistant, stop watch features and came with an extra band.
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Re: Lost manual TGHK
I was trying to find a solution to this problem on line, and then I stumbled on it myself while playing around with it. Here it goes:
Your 4 buttons on you watch are:
While looking at the time, hold in the Light and Reset buttons at the same time with 2 fingers from your left hand. This will put the alarm time in the display. While still holding those 2 buttons down, use you right hand to press the Start button. This will cause the alarm signal to go away (or go on if it off when you do it). Problem Solved !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
For people searching for info on Casio watches, I found all that I needed to know including a printable manual at this site, just have the watch handy so you can get the number off the back!
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This is not for Tag Heuer, it's for TGHK watches.Here's the procedure: Press the MODE switch to step through the modes until you see the seconds blinking (righter after the ALARM set mode). Press the RESET switch to advance to the function you want to change (e.g. hours). Press the START switch to increment the hour to the correct time. Press the RESET switch to advance to minutes and, again, increment the setting using the START switch. (Hold the switch down to advance the numbers rapidly.) When you have stepped through all the elements and have everything as you want it, press the MODE switch once to return to normal time display. To set the ALARM: Press the MODE switch to display the alarm function. Press RESET once to see the hours blinking. Press the START/STOP switch to advance to the desired hour. Press RESET to advance to the minutes and set the minutes using the START/STOP switch. Press the RE#SET switch. The time will stop blinking. Set the alarm sound for either ALARM or CHIME using the START/STOP switch. Press MODE to return to the time display. To turn the ALARM off: Press the MODE switch to advance to the alarm mode. Next to the AL indicator there will be either a small ALM or CHI displayed. Press the START/STOP switch until they both are off. Press MODE to return to the time display.
After a bit of searching I found a makers name for you. I trust that this is the make you have (I doubt if there is more than one!) If you go to "www.accessible-devices.com/reizen.html", this is an instruction sheet for Reizen talking watches.
If its digital that makes it more difficult to give setting directions online. Need to know the exact model #. I would do a google search to try and find your watch and you might find a manual online. OR you could seek out a local watch repair business and they should be able to set it with no problems. Most Sears have a watch repair kiosk in their stores! I woudlnt take it back to Walmart because they are just sales people! They have limited watch knowledge!
advance the hours. The first time you go through the 24 hour cycle, it will be in am pm mode, the second time in 24 hour mode, the next time in am pm. Just keep advancing the hours until it comes up the correct time