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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hold down the adjust button bottom right then press the mode button top left you will notice the a or p that stands for am/pm will disappear & reappear. If you have an a or p on your display then you are out of military time.
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
I couldn't find the instructions for your watch but as watches tend to have similar operating characteristics, try this:-
Press the mode button until you come to a message that says something like "12hr" or "24hr" or something that indicates display change.
Then press one of the two buttons on the right to change to the display you require.
Some experimenting may be required!
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
Use the four numbers on the back of your watch and you will have a PDF version of your instruction manual.
Hope this tip helps
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
Press and hold the top left button for 2 seconds to go into the time adjustment mode.
While you are in this mode press the top right button to switch between 12 hour and 24 hour modes.
Press top left to return to normal.
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
To change from 24 hour to 12 hour, you hold down the "Mode" button until it switches from 24 hour to 12 hour or vice versa. To change the time zone, you hold down the "Set" button until the time zone that you set it in flashes (like "LAX" on my watch). Then you press the "Receive/Start/Stop" button to choose the specified time zone you want. To set for daylight savings time ("DST" on the watch), after holding the "Set" button and having the time zone flash, you could press the "Mode" button. It will give you a few options for the daylight savings time (Auto, On, or Off). I chose the "On" option, which immediately changed for daylight savings time. If you manually want to change the time, you could hold down the "Set" button and keep pressing the "Mode" button until the time starts flashing on your watch, then pressing the "Receive/Start/Stop" button until you change it to the time that you want. You could also set the watch to beep or chime after pressing the set button if you wanted to know that piece. You hold down the "Set" button when you are done to get it to stop flashing. These instructions worked for my Timex T5G341 Universal Radio Control Watch. I hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
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