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SOURCE:Elgin Sportsman How do I set the time?
Simple..there are 4 buttons on this watch. Right?...All four buttons push in...no kidding....HOWEVER the button at the five(5) oclock postion...PULLS OUT...this is the key..because this only button, pulls out, i
The digital display starts to flash....just experiment with pushing any button, BUT the five oclock and you should be able
To figure it out. After its set, then push the five oclock back to its origanal postiton...
Read your manual or when you get to the barometric setting get the nearest accurate reading for your location the press the up or down button on some units its a plus or negative button until you reach that reading
There should be a time set button. Hold it down until the numbers flash (the hour usually flashes first, but sometimes it's the minutes). Then use arrow buttons to advance the hours/minutes. Switch to the next setting with (probably) a mode button. If that doesn't work, start over and keep trying buttons until you find the right one. Once the time is correct, most clocks will return to normal operation 10 seconds or so after you stop pushing buttons. Others require you to press one more button.
You need to change the 'Zone' settings on both; the signal from Boulder, CO can't tell where you are, you have to make the correction locally and then they will track the signal accurately as long as they can receive it.
1. Open battery compartments of all remotes and the base unit. 2. The following steps must be completed within a small time window of a minute or two. 3. Remove and replace one battery from the base (reset button on base may also work) 4. Remove and replace one battery on first remote. 5. You have 10 seconds to set the channel number, suggest you set channel 2 first if you have 2 remotes. Once you stop setting the channel on the remote, 10 seconds later remote 2 should sync with the base. 6. Remove and replace one battery on second remote. 7. You have 10 seconds to set the channel number, if you have only two remotes do nothing and it should synchronize 10 seconds after you replaced the battery as remote number 1. 8. If the base unit can receive the time signal from Colorado USA, it should eventually get the time and date correct, give it time. Alternatively you can set the time and date manually. However, if the base is trying to get the time signal, most of the controls freeze up, to unfreeze them press and hold the + button for something like 5 to 10 seconds, then the unit should be available for manual setup.
If you loose connection to one remote or change batteries, repeat all of the above.
your 3 button watch is set by the atomic clock at 1:am daily,to do it manually press lap/reset it can take up to 2 minutes to flash set at that point clickmode and begin,any questions firstname.lastname@example.org.