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Press the mode button until you find the "city" setting and then press one of the othe buttons (the one at 4 )'clock?) to step through the list of cities until you find "LAX". Then press he mode button to return to normal timekeeping.
casio gshock...Setting the TimeG-Shock watches feature a digital display that is set using the function buttons on the outside of the watch face. Toset the time, press and hold the the upper left ...">casio gshock...Setting the TimeG-Shock watches feature a digital display that is set using the function buttons on the outside of the watch face....
click on mode or setting option.then you will see the default time.edit it..try to change it using select or any mode available.there you can see 24hr clock and 12 hr clock.select which one you want.if it is in 12 hr then the time will be displaying like eg:7:00am or 7:00pm it means that it is in twelve hours.if it is showing 7:00 or 19:00 it means it is in 24hr clock.
radio signal for the National Physical Laboratory's clock is transmitted
on the MSF 60kHz signal via the transmitter at Rugby, operated by British
Telecom International. This should have a range of some 1,500 km or 937.5
miles. All of the British Isles are of course within this radius.
Physical Laboratory's role as keeper of the national time standards is
to ensure that the UK time-scale agrees with Co-ordinated Universal Time
(UTC) to the highest levels of accuracy and to make that time available
across the UK. As an example, the MSF (MSF being the three-letter call
sign to identify the source of the signal) radio broadcast provides the
time signal for, electronic share trading, the clocks at most railway
stations and for BT's speaking clock.