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This how I set my son's watch from TCP. Press the screen to turn the watch on, once the time is displayed press and hold the center just below the display area until the hour blinks, then press repeatedly until the hour is correct. Press and hold again to set minutes, etc.

Posted on Dec 24, 2014

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    Jessica Preston Sep 14, 2015

    Thanks!! I have one happy daughter now! She was mad bc she had been telling her friends the wrong time at school!!

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