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You can get instructions from the Amitron web site. Copy "www.armitron.com/watch_instructions.asp" into your search engine and you will see a list of illustrations of watches and associated instructions.
Choose the one that looks like yours and download the PDF file.
You can also try with this approach. This is for Armitron WR 330,but i believe this could also help you.
The following labels are on the inner ring of the watch; I've given their positions relative to where numbers would be on the face of an analog watch. "ST/STP" is at 2:00; "EL" is at 4:00; "MODE" is at 8:00; and "ADJ" is at 10:00. To set the time, date, and day of week: Press and hold in the "MODE" button until the display starts flashing. (This is the alarm time.) Press the "MODE" button again; the seconds begin flashing. Press "ADJ" to set them to zero. Press the ""ST/STP" button to change what you want to set. The options appear in this order each time you press the "ST/STP" button: minutes, hour, month, day, day of week. Use the "ADJ" button to change the value of the setting. Touch "MODE" to save the settings and return to time mode.
I take it that you do not have any instructions. You can get them by copying "www.armitron.com/watch_instructions.asp" into your search engine and you will see a list of illustrations of watches and associated instructions.
Choose the one that looks like yours and download the PDF