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If the alarm has sounded, press "A" (top left-hand button) to stop the sound.
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For more information, Casio has an Operational Chart for your watch, Module QW-1275. You may download a PDF file here:
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Man what an aggravating problem! Try this procedure.

1. To turn the daily alarm and time signal on and off:

2. In the Alarm mode, press "B" , upper right button, to cycle throught the on and off settings as follows:

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For the purpose of setting the watch and functions mentally label the push buttons as follows:
10 o'clock position "A"
8 o'clock position "B"
2 o'clock position "C"
4 o'clock position "D"

NORMAL TIME SETTING

1) In normal time readout press B (3x) to get to normal time setting mode: "SEC" will start flashing, press C for synchronization
2) Press D once: "MIN" will be flashing, press C to advance
3) Press D once: "HOUR" will be flashing, press C to advance ("A" is for am, "P" is for pm, "H" is for 24 Hour format)
4) Press D once: "DATE" should be flashing, press C to advance
5) Press D once: "MONTH" should be flashing, press C to advance
6) Press D once: "DAY OF WEEK" should be flashing, press C to advance
7) Press B once: Setting is completed, return to normal time readout

ALARM TIMES SETTING

1) In normal time readout press B (2x): Alarm time "HOUR" should be flashing, press C to advance
2) Press D once: Alarm time "MIN" should be flashing, press C to advance
3) Press B once: Setting is completed, return to normal time readout

ALARM FUNCTION
1) In normal time readout press C and D simultaneously: Alarm signal should appear
2) In normal time readout disarm alarm by pressing C and D simultaneously: alarm signal should disappear

Note: Alarm (when activated) will stop itself after 1 minute; or can be silenced by pressing D or press C to snooze for 5 minutes (operates for 1 hour)

CHIME

1) In normal time readout press D and B simultaneously: Chime signal should appear
2) In normal time readout disarm chime by pressing C and D simultaneously: alarm signal should disappear


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