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Analog setting i dont know how to set the analog clock to the right time... it doesn't have the normal dial like a regular watch does.... how do i do it? please help me out guys... i really need to be able to use this so i can get to work on time tomorrow...-Hip_shot

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  • Tahoist Feb 18, 2008

    on an old Speed Memory 100 , the digital time can be set intuitively, but how do I reset the analog watch hands?? Just replaced battery after many years of non-use. Watch is very old, Still runs great.

  • Anonymous Mar 09, 2008

    I need to set the analog time on the aw81d-7av

  • JJswan Apr 03, 2008

    how do I set the analog / digital time on this watch? My dad lost the manual.




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Thank you very much you help me alot ... thank you..

Posted on Sep 05, 2008


The solution is in the user manual: pres "mode" six times, then press "adjust". The minute hand can only advance, by pressing "search", holding it pressed or pressing "light" and "search" at the same time. When you are satisfied with the settings, press "adjust" again to finish the procedure.

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