Question about Watches
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Turning it backwards didn't work on my watch. I ended up winding the time ahead several days worth to show the right day of the week (being careful to turn it to the correct 9 o'clock of the day, for me is was the first for morning.) Then I could go ahead and change the date using the first click postition of the stem.
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Posted on Apr 03, 2008
1) Press and hold mode for about 2 seconds and then release. You will now be in the alarm edit mode.
2) Press mode once more and now you are in time edit mode.
3) Use the stop button to select what to edit, i.e. hour minute, etc.
4) Use the reset button to make the changes once you have selected the hour/minute, etc. that you want to change.
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
The date may have a mechanical change at midnight(ish).
f this is the case, take the watch past midnight and then wind it back to (say) 11 and then forward again. Repeat this until the correct date is achieved.
If you watch is an electronic type then press the mode button until the date change function appears (it is likely to be abreviated "DC ? perhaps" and then use one of the other buttons to advance or ****** the date as required. Some experimenting may be required.
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
First off, press the "mode" button for 3 seconds.
Secondly, after the watch enters the "Time Editting Mode", press the "mode" button for 1 second (Clearly to say, it's recommended that you should release immediately right after you press it).
Lastly, press the "start" button to navigate through hour, minute and second numbers. In order to change those values, you need to press "alarm" button several times. Hence, the values to be set increase.
Posted on Oct 26, 2010
On some analog Timex watches with a day/date window there are only two "pull-out" positions on the stem, one for changing the date and one for the time. To change the day you need to pull the stem all the way out and crank the hands through 24 hour periods until you get the day correct. Be sure that you have the correct AM/PM setting (if you are setting the watch after noon you need to advance the hands another 12 hours so that the day changes at midnight)
Posted on Dec 06, 2010
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