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My adjster must be striped I cant adj. the time what do I do?

The watch is a 5m82a

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Press and hold "MODE". Press MODE 2 times (after the first time, the alarm time flashes, after the 2nd time, the second flashes). Press ADJ to change seconds. Press ST/STP to switch from seconds to minute. Press ADJ to change minutes. Then press ADJ to change hours. Press MODE when done.

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Bottom right button is light, not EI. top left is adj button left is mode top right is st/stp. I can't set time and date and can't turn off my alarm


hi..

El stands for


To set the time
  1. Press and hold [ Adj button ] till the digits on screen starts blink.

  2. Now Press [ Mode Button ] repetitively to cycle through Hour -> minute -> Seconds

  3. Press [ ST/STP button ] to adjust the value. Each press will increase the value.

  4. Press [ Adj Button ] again to save the changes


To set the alarm

  1. Press [ MODE Button] till it displays Alarm Time.

  2. Repeat steps 1 to step 4 as described in 'To set the time'


  3. Different watches have different procedures to active the alarm. Common method is pressing a button briefly.
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Hi,

This is direct link to all ARMITRON watch manuals/instructions: http://www.armitron.com/watch_instructions.asp

or

You can also try with this approach. This is for Armitron WR 330,but i believe this could also help you.

The following labels are on the inner ring of the watch; I've given their positions relative to where numbers would be on the face of an analog watch.
"ST/STP" is at 2:00; "EL" is at 4:00; "MODE" is at 8:00; and "ADJ" is at 10:00.
To set the time, date, and day of week:
Press and hold in the "MODE" button until the display starts flashing. (This is the alarm time.)
Press the "MODE" button again; the seconds begin flashing. Press "ADJ" to set them to zero.
Press the ""ST/STP" button to change what you want to set. The options appear in this order each time you press the "ST/STP" button: minutes, hour, month, day, day of week.
Use the "ADJ" button to change the value of the setting.
Touch "MODE" to save the settings and return to time mode.


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"/www.armitron.com/watch_instructions.asp"

Scroll through the instructions until you find a watch that looks like yours and download the instructions.

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Press mode continuously for about 2-3 seconds then release
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Adjust what you need to adjust and move between minutes and seconds by repeating the ADJ + ST/STP

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he following labels are on the inner ring of the watch; I've given their positions relative to where numbers would be on the face of an analog watch. "ST/STP" is at 2:00; "EL" is at 4:00; "MODE" is at 8:00; and "ADJ" is at 10:00.
To set the time, date, and day of week:
Press and hold in the "MODE" button until the display starts flashing. (This is the alarm time.)
Press the "MODE" button again; the seconds begin flashing. Press "ADJ" to set them to zero.
Press the ""ST/STP" button to change what you want to set. The options appear in this order each time you press the "ST/STP" button: minutes, hour, month, day, day of week.
Use the "ADJ" button to change the value of the setting.
Touch "MODE" to save the settings and return to time mode.
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Check:
http://www.armitron.com/WatchInstructions.html

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Press mode continuously for about 2-3 seconds then release
Press mode again so that the seconds are flashing
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Adjust what you need to adjust and move between minutes and seconds by repeating the ADJ + ST/STP
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