Question about Watches
I have a pure nrg athletics watch the number is pnrg79256 and I lost the manual. Can anyone help? thanks
Hi I have manual for PNRG 79249 which should work on your watch.my Email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. If you still need help,send me an Email and I can tell you what to do or I can photocopy my manuel and mail it to you. Ron.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: CAN'T SET TIME
I have an AW 150 watch. I looked everywhere for a solution to setting it. I found nothing. It appears that all types of this watch are hard to set. I happened upon the correct procedure for at least setting the watch.
My watch has 4 set buttons that you can push. 2 on each side. Hold the upper right hand button until something starts flashing on the watch. On mine it was the seconds. Then release the button. Now each time you push that button for a very short moment, the flashing part of the watch will progress through each area (minutes, hours, date, etc). When you get to the area you want to set/adjust, use the bottom right hand button to move up/forwards and the bottom left hand button to move down/backwards. When you have fixed one function push the upper right hand button to move to the next function you want to change and repeat the procedure. When you are done, hold the upper right hand button in until the watch quits flashing anywhere and then release the button. Your watch is no longer in the adjust mode. Hope this works for you. It drove me nuts until I figured it out.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
There was another, previous problem posting that was identical to mine, although for a different watch. The solution given also worked for my watch.
Hold in Reset button and note whether all days of the week appear in the display. If they do, the chime is active. Press the Mode button to de-activate: days of the week disappear. Done.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
Maddening, isn't it? Fortunately the solution is here:
1 There should be four buttons: mode, reset, start and light. Find the mode button and press it three times until it is in the set time mode.
2 Find the reset button, which usually is located on the bottom right side of the watch face, and hold it until the time starts blinking.
3 Press the start button to change minutes.
4 Press the reset button again to switch to hours.You will know it worked when the hour starts blinking instead of the minutes.
5 Press the start button to change the hour. The watch can handle two modes: standard and military. As you press start, the hour will change from AM to PM, noted by an "A" or a "P" in the top right. When you get through 24 hours, the watch will change to military time and an "H" will be displayed instead of "A" or "P." Keep pressing start to go through another 24-hour cycle and it will revert back to standard time.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
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Write down the four-digit module number from the watch back, and go to this link for full info in PDF format:
Good luck, Bill
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