Question about Casio Watches
I've got a new Baby-G wrist watch model 5002 MSG-5000 from Japan and it's a radio-controlled watch. The problem is that my country does not transmit a calibration signal, so my watch still display Japan's time which is 2-hour faster than my country. How can I adjust time manually? I've already followed the operation guide but still cannot adjust.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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