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Sharp tide indicator watch SHP4120 setting instructions
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you look at the GMT differential in the manual, you'll notice that it corresponds to the offset from GMT that your time zone resides in. I live in San Antonio but i don't see that on the list. I do know that when we're not in Daylight savings time, I'm -6.0 from GMT... so that's what i set it for. Also, if you're near enough to the coast to use this feature, it would probably be a good idea to compare the watch reading to the actual tides and adjust accordingly.
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Posted on Jun 21, 2008
The EXSV10 Atomic Talking Watch by On-Time sets itself to the official time standard of the United States government, maintaining split second accuracy. It can also literally "tell" you the time. It talks! The On-Time talking atomic watch also has daily alarm capability, and can be set to announce the time every hour.
Use the four numbers on the back of your watch and you will have a PDF version of your instruction manual.
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Posted on Feb 24, 2010
Click on my profile (escapement), then click on Tips and Tricks. There you will find link to all SHARP watch manuals. Rate me, please.
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
SOURCE: no instruction manual
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For Temperature calibration:
1. Pull the crown to most extended position (2 notches)
2. Temp hand moves to a default position
3. Move hand in + or - direction by pressing temp or tide buttons (above and below crown button)
4. When done, push crown to 0 position
(I used melting ice water to calibrate and fix to 0 deg C)
For Tide calibration:
1. Pull crown to middle position (1 notch)
2. Move hand in + or - direction by pressing temp or tide buttons (above and below crown button)
3. When done, push crown to 0 position
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Posted on May 27, 2010
All the settings seem to go through the start/stop button. If you
hold it down for 3 (not 2, not 4, but 3) seconds, it toggles in and out
of "set the watch mode". You can tell you are in it because the seconds
at the bottom go all blinky. Use (quick press) start/stop to move from
seconds, to minutes, to hours, to year, to month, to day. Mode
subtracts, reset adds.
To set alarms, etc, first put the watch into Alarm Mode (Mode button, again).
Use the reset button to move to the selected alarm (1-5).
Hold the start/stop button for 3 seconds to toggle into "set the alarm mode".
Quick press of start/stop moves between things to set (kind of alarm, hours, minutes).
Mode subtracts, reset adds.
3 second hold of start/stop takes you out of setting mode.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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