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How do I change calendar setting in upper right hand corner of home page with current date?

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The instructions are on page 17, press set, user memory, date and time http://www.beurer.com/web/we-dokumente/gebrauchsanweisungen//GA_Blutdruck/BM/752.939-0413_BM40.pdf

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Thanks for using FixYa. You can set the time on your accurist watch by following this procedure--

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1. Push the bottom right hand button until the mode hand indicator points to TME.
2. Press and hold the upper left button for three seconds. The hour and minute hand will retract to the 12 O’clock position.
3. Select the time zone on the digital display by pressing the upper right button or the lower left button.
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5. Press the upper right button. You will see the seconds flashing on the lower half of the digital display. Press the lower left button to reset the seconds to 00.
6. Press the upper right button. You will see the minutes flashing. Press the lower left button to set the minutes to your current time.
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8. Press the upper right button. You will see 12H or 24H flashing. Press the lower left button to switch between 12 hour and 24 hour.
9. Push the lower right button back in.

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1. Push the bottom right hand button until the mode hand indicator points to CAL.
2. Press and hold the upper left button for three seconds. The hour and minute hand will retract to the 12 O’clock position.
3. Select the time zone on the digital display by pressing the upper right button or the lower left button.
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6. Press the upper right button. You will see the year flashing. Press the lower left button to change the year.
7. Push the lower right button back in.

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