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How to set the date and time


Keep calm, dear.
Please moderate your language.
Look in the manual for the instructions.

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SETTING THE DATE AND TIME 1. PRESS MODE (8) TWICE TO SET THE MONTH. PRESS SET...


SETTING THE DATE AND TIME
1. PRESS MODE (8) TWICE TO SET THE MONTH. PRESS SET (9) TO ADJUST THE DESIRED MONTH.
2. PRESS MODE (8) ONCE AGAIN TO SET THIS DATE. PRESS SET (9) TO ADJUST THE DESIRED DATE.
3. PRESS MODE (8) ONCE AGAIN TO SET THE HOUR. PRESS SET (9) TO ADJUST THE DESIRED HOUR.
4. PRESS MODE (8) ONCE AGAIN TO SET THE MINUTE. PRESS SET (9) TO ADJUST THE DESIRED MINUTE.
5. PRESS MODE (8) ONCE AGAIN TO RETURN TO THE NORMAL DISPLAY.

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How to set date & time


To set the Date and Time on your computer - go into the BIOS configuration then to Date and Time to set the correct Date andTime.
If the Date and Time needs setting up again after to boot up the computer again, then the BIOS battery needs replacing because the old battery is flat and cannot maintain (store) the Date and Time.

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How do you set the time on an Armitron 165 wrist-watch?


Hi wtgillo,

Hi there I see that you are in need of assistance setting time on your Armitron Wrist watch.

I would be more than glad to give you details on how to, Please see steps below.

  • Your Armitron Watch will have Four Button on the side of the watches rim.
  • Button on the upper Left is MODE.
  • Button on the lower Left is LIGHT.
  • Button on the upper right is DATE.
  • Button on the lower right is Alarm.
See Steps below:
*Setting the time*

  • Press and Hold down the Mode Button til the Hours flash
  • Then push Alarm Button to set the Hours
  • Press and Hold down the Date Button till the Minutes flash, then push D/Alarm Button to set the minutes
  • After setting the minutes on your watch, Press date till you get the month flashing push Alarm to set the month
  • Press the Date again till the Date flashes, then push Alarm to set date
  • Press the Date again till the Date on your watch flashes, then push Alarm to set the date
  • After setting everything push the Mode Button again just once to set everything or finalize your settings on the watch.
I hope that this will be of help regarding your query on how to set the time on your Armitron watch, I also included the setting of the time and date just for further details.

Have a nice day,

mvincentc

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How do I select to have the time and date on the photos I take. The option for this is not highlighted when I open the menu. Don't know why...


The date stamp will only work when the camera's resolution is set to postcard mode. Press Func/set, scroll down to the bottom, then across to the icon with the clock and mountain. It will say "postcard". Press Func/set again. Then press Menu, scroll down to "Date stamp" and across to select date or date and time, then press menu again

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I have bought a couple of lupo watches but there are no instructions so I dont know how to set them to the correct time can you help


This LUPO anion watch emits negative ions and infrared which make you calm. It soothes and relaxes your mind. How to set the time and date: This unique watch can display month, date, time & minute. 1.Press A button twice. (Date and Time displays when press once) 2.When the month figure appears, press M to set the month. 3.Press A button once again, the date figure appears and press M to adjust the date. 4. Press A button once again, the hour figure appears and press M to set the time. 5.Press A button once again, the minute figure appears and press M to set the minute. When you adjust one of among the month, date, time, minutes, just keep press A button until the desired figure appears and press M to adjust. Press M to see the date. Generally A button is to select the function. (Month, Date, Time, Minute) M button is to adjust the function.

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Instructions for setting time & date of armitron watch 44/1001?


Set time time / date
Press and hold B (Mode) untill alarm hours flash
Press D (Alarm) to advance these
Press B (Mode) again, seconds will flash,
press D (Alarm) to advance these
Press C (Date), minutes flash, press D to advance these
Press C again, hours flash, press D to advance these
Press C again, month flashes, press D to advance these
Press C again, Date flashes, press D to advance these
Press C again, Date flashes, press D to advance

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How to set date and time in Samsung Corby 3650? Ihave recently purchased the phone but it is showing some other time and the date set is in 2009. Kindly help in this regard.


Go to settings---Date and time--->set your time and date and your time zone.And you can activate automatic update after that.So you no need to set the time again and again

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Program date and time on the microlife bp monitor


http://www.microlifeusa.com/files/manual/files/MLU3MQ1-IB.pdf

4.3. Setting the date and time
With the unit OFF, press the Time/Date button on the side of the monitor and hold for
three seconds until you see the icon start flashing in the upper left corner of the
monitor screen. The Memory button becomes your scroll button and the
Time/Date button moves you to the next time, date or user.
When the User icon is flashing, you can toggle between User 1 and
User 2 by pressing the M (Memory button). If you press the M
(Memory button) one time and the User changes to User 2, you can
press the Time/Date button to set your unit on User 2 or you can press
the M (Memory button) again to go back to User 1. Either way you
must press the Time/Date button on the side of the monitor to confirm
the setting and move on. The unit will automatically move on to the
Time/Date settings. If you don’t want to change the Time and Date
then just keep pressing the Time/Date button six times until nothing is
flashing on the monitor screen.
If you want to change the Date and Time, then press the Time/Date button once the correct
User is flashing on the screen so you can move on to set the correct year.
The unit will automatically move to the Year setting after the User has been set. To
change the year, press the M (Memory button) to scroll forward. Please note: You cannot
Time/Date button
on left side of
monitor.
scroll back so scroll slowly so you don’t miss the correct year. If you do pass the correct year
the unit will scroll all the way to 2050, then start again at the year 2000. Once you select the
correct year, press the Time/Date button to set it and move on to set the correct month.
Then the Month will begin flashing. Again, use the M (Memory button) to select the correct
month and press the Time/Date button to set it and move on to the day setting.
After you set the month, the Day will begin flashing. Again, use the M (Memory button) to
select the correct day and press the Time/Date button to set it and move on to the hour setting.
After you set the day, the Time hour will begin flashing. Again, use the M (Memory button) to
select the correct hour according to AM or PM and press the Time/Date button to set it and
move on to the minutes.
The last setting is the Time Minutes. The minutes will be flashing. Again, use the M (Memory
button) to select the correct minutes and press the Time/Date button to set it and complete
your setting.
Please NOTE: You can cancel out of setting the User/Time/Date by pressing the Start/Stop
button. If no operation occurs during the User/Time/Date setting process, the unit will automatically
cancel out of it. To re-initiate the setting process, press and hold the Time/Date button
for three seconds until the User icon begins flashing. Start the procedure all over again or
press the Time/Date button again and again until you reach the desired location to reset.

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Date/time stamp on answering machine


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