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First, find the regular time mode by pressing the MODE button until the time (with the date at the top) shows.
Press & hold the SET button until the word ENTER disappears and
is replaced by the word TIME. Release that button. You'll notice that at
the top of the display, the words SET T1 or SET - T2. This is where you
select between setting the 1st time zone or the 2nd time zone. Select
between T1 or T2 by pressing the RECALL button or the STOP/RESET button.
Press either the MODE or the START/SPLIT button. You'll notice that
whatever is blinking is what you can change. You can make the changes by
pressing either the RECALL or the STOP/RESET button. You can change the
Seconds, the Hours, the Minutes, the Month, the Date, the Year, and
choose between 12 hour (civilian) or 24 hour (military) time. If you
keep MODE or START/SPLIT button, you will go through all the things you
can change and start again at the beginning. The START/SPLIT button goes
through these things forward, and the MODE goes through the backwards,
so if you pass something and want to back up, just switch buttons. In
the same way, the RECALL changes things by making them larger, and
STOP/RESET changes them by making them smaller, so if you accidentally
pass the number you're trying to set it to, just switch to the other
button and go back.
Got one too and just figured it out. Press MODE and hold it until numbers flash. Then press RESET until the hour is flashing. press START and for each time you press it the time advances by an hour. Notice that AM or PM shows. If the hour is in military time, pressing the start will advance from 01 thru 24, the next press will give you 01 and the AM shows. continue until 12 AM and the next press will be 01 PM and so on. When you get the setting you want, press MODE and you're ready.
1. When setting the time on your watch, IF you watch can change to Military time(and most can)
2. when you are adjusting the hours go through a full 24 hour cycle.
You'll notice that the 2nd time through it is on military time.. 3rd
time through back to 12 hour day AM/PM cycle .. 4th time back to
So you can do this as many times as it takes to get to the right time ..
In 24 hour time you will see an "H" displayed where you normally see and "A" for AM and "P" for pm.
Hold down the adjust button bottom right then press the mode button top left you will notice the a or p that stands for am/pm will disappear & reappear. If you have an a or p on your display then you are out of military time.
I have a G Shock DW-004 made in 1997. I had this same problem, and I tried everything to change TO military time and back to standard time. I just read the bit to try and was about to do it. I pressed the top left button to get the time to flash, and hit the light button by accident (the one with the big G on it) and VIOLA! It changed to military time. So in my model, anyway, the G light button (under the display on the edge of the watch body) changed the time to military from standard and back again, when the time is flashing.
there usually is an AC contact point to reset digital watches. Touching the + and the ac point with a conductive wire usually resets the watch. Not sure about the spring- I'm not going to open my Tissot up unless I have to.