Re: I put a new battery in my timex WR50M and it is an...
With the time showing, hold down the set button for about 3 seconds - it should switch to the city display. Use the receive/start/stop button to select your city (probably CHI) and press set again to save.
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Buttons are numbered as followed: Start/Stop is button 1 Lap/Rst is button 2 Indiglo is button 3 Mode is button 4
a) Press 4 to select "TIME" mode b) Press 2 and hold for 2 sec to select "SET" mode, second digits blink. c) Press 1 to reset digits to 00. d) Press 4. Minute digits blink e) Press 1 to set minutes. f) Press 4. Hour digits blink. g) Press 1 to set hours. h) Follow same patter to set day of month, month, etc... i) Press 2 at any time to retain set values and exit procedureSource(s):Timex instruction manual
mcdevito75 here, You re-set the time in a different time zone the same way as you do for the time zone your in now. The different time zones in the USA ru from 1 to 3 hours before the time in the Eastern part of the USA, example, Eastern time 3 PM, then going West, you have Central time 1 hour before, then Mountain time, 2 hours before , then Pacific time 3 hours before eastern time.
Solution #2 by Guest, posted on May 13, 2008 solved my problem. OUTSTANDING solution #2!
1. Hold in the MODE button until the alarm time appears. 2. VERY IMPORTANT - release and TAP the MODE button AGAIN, and the time should appear with the seconds flashing. 3. Use StART/Stop to choose among seconds, hours, and minutes, and 4. Use ADJUST to increase the selected number 5. Press MODE to put the thing back in regular operational mode.
After several attempts with other directions over the last four months, these 5 steps WORKED.
Hold down the adjust button bottom right then press the mode button top left you will notice the a or p that stands for am/pm will disappear & reappear. If you have an a or p on your display then you are out of military time.