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How to change time on the g-shock WR 20 bar watch

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First we need to determine what movement is in the watch.
Look on the back of the watch. You will see some numbers there will be a 4 digit number followed by a dash and 6 or 7 digit number.
The 4 digit number is the movement number. example e760 or b210. Ctizen has hundreds of them.
Next click on this link:
http://www.citizenwatch.com/COA/English/settings.asp
enter the movement number and click on get setting instructions.

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Go to World Time Mode (WT) by pressing the "mode" button,then go to LON.Press "adjust" button until DST appears/*dissapears (2-3 sec).

*when out of DST period

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How to set time in g shock wr 20 bar


"G-Shock WR20BAR" could mean hundreds of different G-Shock models. If yours is an all digital G-Shock, the answer is fairly simple. When looking at the watch face, the upper left corner button is the "ADJUST" button. Press and hold the ADJUST button for a couple of seconds. You should start to see something flash on the display. Some models will have many options to select in ADJUST mode. To scroll through them, press the MODE button, which is in the lower left corner. You set the hour, minute, seconds, month, date, and year each separately. When you are done, press the ADJUST button again and you'll be back to normal time keeping.

If you want to learn more about your G-Shock, there is something called a "MODULE" inside it that is the brains of the watch. You can find that on the back of the watch, outlined in a rectangle. Usually a 4 digit number. You can download the manual for your watch using that number, if you enter it on a CASIO website:
http://support.casio.com/en/manual/manuallist.php?cid=009

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How o set my watch to the correct time date and day please my watch is a citizen eco drive wr 10 bar


Setting Instructions - Citizen Watch - English (CA)

www.citizenwatch.com/en-ca/support/setting-instructions/
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Need additional assistance? Our support team may be reached at: 1-800-461-4189 8:30AM - 5:00PM EST, Monday - Friday customerservice_ca@citizenwatch.

[PDF]instruction manual - CITIZEN WATCH Global Network

www.citizenwatch-global.com/support/pdf/8720/e.pdf
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How to adjust analog time in my g shock 20 bar


Press the "Adjust" button. It's usually the top-left button, slightly smaller than the rest. When you have successfully pressed the button, one of the numbers on the screen (generally the seconds) should begin to flash.

Choose which number you would like to change (hours, minutes, day, etc.) by using the "Mode" button on the bottom-right to cycle through each option on the main screen. You'll know when you have reached your target position because that number will flash.

Use the top-right button (usually labeled "Start/Stop," or sometimes "Light on/off") to change the number once you have highlighted the position you wish to change. When you have finished making the desired adjustments, press the "Adjust" button again to complete the process.

Use "Adjust" on any screen of your Casio G-Shock watch. To reach the watch's other screens, press "Mode" (bottom-right button). Most G-Shock watches have four screens total, including the main screen. On each screen, use the same process described above to make adjustments to the time (with the exception of the stopwatch screen, which does not keep time.)

Mar 15, 2017 | Watches

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How do u change a wr 100ft watch?


Hi I bought this watch WR 100FT for my son and the alarm
keeps going off does anyone know how to make it stop going off ?
I have tried everything.
Thank you for your time.

Mar 07, 2012 | Watches

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What is the meaning of wr20bar?


"wr" is water resistantance and indicates the degree of protection agianst water entering the watch.

Nov 27, 2010 | Casio G-Shock G2600 watch

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My Casio G-shock says water 20BAR resist.Is this 50,100,or 200 meters water resist?


1 bar = 10 meters (approximately).

So a 20 Bar watch is resistant to 200meters.

Apr 17, 2010 | Casio G Shock #DW6900FS 8 Watch for Men

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I have a casio illman...watch wr-50.. its a telememo world time 3 alarms countdown ith a 10 year battery...i need the instruction on how to set the watch


Go to the Casio site "casio.com".
Select "support", then "manuals", then "watches",
Accept terms and conditions,
Then select "watch manual archive"
enter the number off your watch and click on "search"

Jan 18, 2010 | Casio G-Shock GW300CA-1V Wrist Watch

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