I have a digital watch SHARP made that says SUNDAY when really it is TUESDAY how can i get watch to say the right day?
Take a look at your watch. While
models and brands vary, you'll find a few things in common on almost
all of them. First, they'll have different modes of operation. A typical
digital watch may have modes for time, stopwatch, date, alarm and
timer, to name a few. Look on your watch for a button labeled "mode."
Press it several times to see what's available. Typically the watch will
display the name of each mode as you push the button repeatedly. When
you've found the mode you want to adjust, stop there.
Look for a button that is
labeled "set" or "adjust" on your watch. The location will vary,
depending on the brand of watch you own. Press in and hold this button.
After a few seconds, the time (or whatever mode) you have selected will
begin to flash. In most cases, you'll need to select the item you want
to adjust (minutes or hours) by pressing "mode" again. Once the portion
you want is flashing, you're ready to adjust it.
Press a button to advance the
parameter (hours or minutes) that you've selected. This button may or
may not be labeled. If it isn't labeled, you'll have to experiment with
different buttons. Once you've set the first parameter, change to the
second by pressing "mode." Follow the same routine to adjust. To exit,
you'll typically press the "set" button.
Use resources available to you.
There are thousands of digital watch styles on the market, each with
slightly different setting methods. When you buy a watch, tuck the
manual away in a safe location for reference. If you don't have the
manual, do a website search. Most major manufacturers keep their manuals
online for easy future reference.
Jun 28, 2011 |