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1- Press and hold RESET and LIGHT together, be patient
2- With ST/STP change the digit blinking
3- With MODE choose hr, min, date....
4- Once done press RESET.
NOTE: To set T2, display T2 before doing the above steps.
Hold the mode button, until the times start flashing, you might do this wrong and activate stopwatch. Then you press mode again and it will show the time you want to change. Press the start/stop button to toggle through seconds, minutes and hours. And months and days
Press and hold "MODE". Press MODE 2 times (after the first time, the
alarm time flashes, after the 2nd time, the second flashes). Press ADJ
to change seconds. Press ST/STP to switch from seconds to minute. Press
ADJ to change minutes. Then press ADJ to change hours. Press MODE when
If you look at the buttons on the sides of the face. One of them should be Set, press that button. Get the "Set" mode, and it will allow you to change hours,minutes, seconds, or date (if available). Press each until you find one that makes one part of your display flash. The other buttons set the item chosen, usually scrolling upward.
Press and hold "MODE". Press MODE 2 times (after the first time, the alarm time flashes, after the 2nd time, the second flashes). Press ADJ to change seconds. Press ST/STP to switch from seconds to minute. Press ADJ to change minutes. Then press ADJ to change hours. Press MODE when done.
Hi, my husband just fixed mine; it was tricky but he got the back put back on. He lined up the back; it has a small **** - to the front part where you set the time ; then he had to bang on the back of the watch a bit on the edge that is sticking up and won't go in (hope it makes sense?) and finally it did clink into place. He used the handle of a knife~ not the safest way to do it with but he was determined to get it back on and couldn't believe what a hassle it was to change a watch bettery~.
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