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Clock Somehow the time got switched to military time and I can't figure out how to get it back to normal. I've had to reset the time whenever it's later than 12 noon each day. How do I get the time set back to normal?

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When you are in t1 mode. All you have to do is press the 10 lap button- black bar at bottom of time display.

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