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Every time I try to set my Athletic Works watch, it goes into the military time mode. How do I set it to normal 12 hour time? The provided instructions are worthless. Thanks.

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    My problem is that my wrist watch is on army timee when i just see it but the other one the dual time is just a regular watch.How do I switch it.

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With time displayed:

Press lower right, then upper left.

Posted on Nov 25, 2009

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    This works for the cheap men's Athletic Works 205 - AW205.

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When in set time mode press the A button, this will toggle the display between standard and military time. I found this through trial and error, not in instructions.

Posted on Jul 26, 2009

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Have FMD model AW011 bought at Walmart. Solution for another model watch wrote to press A button to toggle between military and standard time. This wasnot in my insrtuctions. Do this while in time (hour) changing mode. Also while doing this look for P or A to further set correctly. This worked perfectly.

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http://www.ehow.com/how_5593310_set-athletic-works-watch.html

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