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Hi,you need to look at the user manual..and since you do not have it , to download a soft version of the user manual pls visit the URL below..
Hope this helps!Take care and please Remember to rate/vote and give me 4 Thumbs Up for me to continue for Helping out the Community :) Thanks *************************** CASIO Watch User Manual Archives http://world.casio.com/wat/download/en/manual/ Use this page to download a copy of CASIO watch manuals in PDF format. To download a PDF file, enter the four-digit (or three-digit) module number marked on the back cover of your watch.
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I dont know anything about this watch, Is it a digital? If so, here are generic instructions for digital watches that might help.
CHANGING DIGITAL TIME:
Examine your watch. Attempt to find its "Mode" button; nearly every digital watch has one. The various modes might include "Date," "Alarm" and "Stopwatch" among others. Repeatedly press "Mode" to cycle through the modes available on your watch until you have it in the mode that displays the current time.
Locate the button that allows you to adjust the settings on your watch; this button could be labeled "Set" or "Adjust." Once you've found this button, press it in and hold it. After a few moments, the time display should begin to flash.
Select either minutes or hours as the aspect of the time you'd like to adjust. Press the "Mode" key to cycle through your options; each element should begin to flash as it's selected.
Press a button to adjust the time element you've selected; the button for doing this will vary from watch to watch. If there are up and down arrows on your watch, use them to increase or decrease the number. A button labeled as another function could serve this purpose too; trying pressing the various buttons on your watch to discover the correct one to adjust the time.
Move on to the next element you want to adjust, such as minutes or the date, by pressing the "Mode" display.
Press the "Set" button to finalize the new time on your watch. You'll know that the time has been set when the numbers stop flashing.
I bought the same watch recently and have the same problem. The hours can be adjusted in the dual time zone by looking up the manual, but the minutes stay put. I can't bring them to blink so that these could be adjusted. Any ideas? I sent a mail to Rado through their website but no answer.
Guys, I just realised that there is a mark called AC on the back of the module next to a gold small circle pad. Once you change the battery, you need to connect a wire or paperclip or something similar between the back or positive of the battery and the pad, it should then come alive. Good luck
The solution is in the user manual: pres "mode" six times, then press "adjust". The minute hand can only advance, by pressing "search", holding it pressed or pressing "light" and "search" at the same time. When you are satisfied with the settings, press "adjust" again to finish the procedure.