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The manual for the 45/7042 is elusive. Like the Unicorn and Bigfoot, people can tell you what it looks like, but they have never seen it. To turn on/off the hourly chime, press and hold the top left button (you should see the alarm). While holding down the top left button, pressing the bottom left button should turn the hourly chime on/off. This appears to be indicated by the days of the week turning on/off.
I have a Timex Men's Classic Digital Silver-Tone Expansion Band Watch #T78587. To turn the chime on and off on this watch, I press the Start/Stop button on the top right once. This toggles the chime on and off. If you hear a single beep then you have turned it on. If you hear no beep you have turned it off. You can tell the chime setting by looking at the colon seperator between the hours and minutes. If it is flashing then the chime is on and if it is not flashing then the chime is off. This is not explained in my watch manual nor in any of the manuals I downloaded from Timex.com.
to turn off hourly chime on the times wr 30m, simply press (in any mode, i just use the regular clock mode) the start/stop button (top right hand button) once (for about half a second).
if you don't hear anything, you've turned off the hourly chime! if you hear two short beeps, you've turned on the hourly chime. turning the chime off/on is cyclic. if you press once and hear nothing, it's off. if you press again, you'll hear two beeps and the hourly chime is now on. a lot of times that button hits my wrist (i wear it on my left hand) by accident, and that's how the chime turns on and off. i hope this helps someone.