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Start by holding in the mode button (bottom left) until the first number blinks, then let go. You are actually in the alarm mode right now. Now press and release the start/stop button (top right) and the minutes will flash, again for hours. When the parameter you want to adjust is flashing just press the adjust button (top left) to change the numbers. When your finished simply press the mode button to exit the setting menu. To turn the alarm and/or the hourly chime on or off, hold in the adjust button (top left) and press the start/stop (top right). Each time you press the start/stop (top right) the CH or AL or both symbols. When the symbol is showing, that function is on.
Start by holding in the mode button (bottom left) until the first number blinks, then let go. You are actually in the alarm mode right now, now press and release the mode button and enter the time setting mode, the seconds will be flashing. Now press and release the start/stop button (top right) and the minutes will flash, again for hours, again for the month, and again for the date. When the parameter you want to adjust is flashing just press the adjust button (top left) to change the numbers. When your finished simply press the mode button to exit the setting menu. Worked for me, hope it does for you too. Most of the other setting changes are tricky as well, just ask for help again if you want to change the alarm or 12 or 24 hour clock etc....
keywords (from display) Ultronic forecast week day humidity temperature trend comfort level - DOWN = toggles F/C temp - UP = toggles alarm - MODE = selects date/time display - hold down MODE to enter "set" mode for data currently displayed - use momentary MODE to choose target item - use UP/DOWN to change item
You are very observant! Timex watches don't have a way to adjust the day.
However, if you turn the hands clockwise you will see the day advance.
So, heres the secret, follow exactly:
1. Turn the hands until the day of the week shows the day before. If today is Wednesday then turn the hands until the watch shows Tuesday
2 Adjust the date to the day before. If today is the 17th then adjust it to the 16th
3. Now pull the crown all the out and and advance the hands until the date changes to the correct date, 17 in this example. This happens at midnight. Continue the movement in a clockwise direction for a few more hours and you should see the day change to the correct day.
4. Now continue to move in a clockwise direction until you have the current time. Remember that your date/day changed at midnight so if the current time is after lunch(noon) you must continue past noon to get to the correct time. If you don't do this correctly your date will change every day at noon instead of midnight.
If you don't succeed the first time, try, try again!
Good luck, Michael, Watchmaker to the Stars!
As per the instruction PDF that I just read, the day of the week only changes with each 24 hour rotation. Therefore to change it, you might pull the crown out all the way and wind it through every hour in each day until it advances to the day you want. Then set the correct time. Push the crown in one notch to the second position and wind the dates forward until it stops on the one you want. It doesn't appear that going backwards for either the time (for day of the week) or date works.
Most watches have a stem that you pull out to set the time. The little knob on the end of the stem is called a crown. For a day/date watch, there are two clicks. The first click when you pull out the stem is the day / date setting, the second click sets the time.
When you are on the first click, twisting the crown one direction changes the day of the week; twisting the other direction changes the date. If yours has only the date, it could be either direction depending on the manufacturer.
Had Pulsar analog watch. Couldn't set either day or date properly due to being unable to signify AM or PM. When days changed one or the other would be 12 hours off.
""googled" adjusting Pulsar watches" and found site which explained how. You set day of week and date to previous day and date and then move watch time ahead until day and date are correct. Then set watch time. Seems to work.