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I can't turn the chime feature off

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  • w_haunsperge Feb 09, 2009

    How do you turn the hourly chime feature off on the iBeam Sport Watch?

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If your watch is the same as mine, push the mode button 4 times, which will put you in the alarm menu (AL 1). Then, push the ST/STOP button until "chime" disappears.

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Go to the ibeam technologies website when select a model there is an option to view the manual. Their website is ibeam.com
hope this helps

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