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> press "MODE" repeatedly until the desired time zone is reached.
5 = Eastern standard time (default setting)
6 = Central standard time
7 = Mountain standard time
8 = Pacific standard time
9 = Alaskan standard time

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I am looking for a user manual (instructions) for an Ellesse watch model # 03-0038-001


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