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Turn off beeps

My 12 year old son has gotten in trouble at school because his hourly beeps are distracting the class. how can i turn off?

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Press the MODE button until you get to the AL (ALARM) screen. Press Start/Split (Stop/Reset) (upper right button) repeatedly to turn the alarm and chime are off. If that did not help the manual can be found at www.timex.com at the bottom of the page click on manuals/downloads, click on manual downloads go to Digital Chrono/Alarms/Timers and click on the manual. Hope this helps.

Posted on Feb 05, 2009

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The manual on Timex's site isn't for the 1440 Sport, so I kept looking through the forum. I finally found a solution that worked: hold the Adjust button (bottom right) and press the Start/Stop button (upper right). That should turn the alarm off (or on if you'd like). Hope that helps!

Posted on Mar 08, 2009

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Press and hold SET, then press START/STOP until desired setting appears.

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