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Try to turn is right side up.

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To set clock:
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4. Press (<, P.DOWN or >> P.UP) on the multicontrol to set Minutes.
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To set the clock go to the link below page 9 will tell you how to set clock.


http://resources.jvc.com/Resources/00/00/97/MB002ien.pdf


On the remote control ONLY:

1 Press CLOCK/TIMER.

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2 Press UP or DOWN to adjust

the hour, then press CLOCK/

TIMER.

The minute digits start flashing.

• When you press and hold UP or

DOWN, the hour digit changes

continuously.

3 Press UP or DOWN to adjust the

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The built-in clock starts.

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http://www.intermatic.com/~/media/files/intermatic/products/instructions/timers/e1010%20-%20english.ashx
Half of the online manual is upside down.

According to the manual, the clock motor that operates the timer requires a separate Neutral wire.
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Need instructions for my sr927w accurist watch


QUICKSTART - SET THE TIME
1. Push the bottom right hand button until the mode hand indicator points to TME.
2. Press and hold the upper left button for three
seconds. The hour and minute hand will retract to the 12
O’clock position.
3. Select the time zone on the digital display by pressing the
upper right button or the lower left button.
4. Pull the bottom right button out one click. The bottom part of
the digital display will start flashing. Press the
bottom left button to adjust for daylight saving time.
5. Press the upper right button. You will see the seconds
flashing on the lower half of the digital display. Press the lower
left button to reset the seconds to 00.
6. Press the upper right button. You will see the minutes
flashing. Press the lower left button to set the minutes to your
current time.
7. Press the upper right button. You will see the hours flashing.
Press the lower left button to set the hours to your current time.
8. Press the upper right button. You will see 12H or 24H
flashing. Press the lower left button to switch between 12 hour
and 24 hour.
9. Push the lower right button back in.


SET THE CALENDAR
1. Push the bottom right hand button until the mode hand
indicator points to CAL.
2. Press and hold the upper left button for three seconds. The
hour and minute hand will retract to the 12 O’clock position.
3. Select the time zone on the digital display by pressing the
upper right button or the lower left button.
4. Pull the bottom right button out one click. You will see the
month flashing on the digital display. Press the lower left button
to change the month.
5. Press the upper right button and the date will begin flashing.
Press the lower left button to change the date.
6. Press the upper right button. You will see the year flashing.
Press the lower left button to change the year.
7. Push the lower right button back in.


SET THE ALARMS
1. Push the bottom right hand button until the mode hand
indicator points to AL1, AL2 or AL3.
2. Press and hold the upper left button for three seconds. The
hour and minute hand will retract to the 12 O’clock position.
3. Select the time zone on the digital display by pressing the
upper right button or the lower left button.
4. Pull the lower right button out one click. You will see ON or
OF flashing on the digital display. Press the lower left button to
turn the alarm on or off.
5. Press the upper right button. You will see the hours flashing.
Press the lower left button to change the hour.
6. Press the upper right button. You will see the minutes
flashing. Press the lower left button to change the minutes.
7. Push the lower right button back in.


SET THE TIMEZONE
1. Setting the time zones allows you to add or remove cities on
the digital display or switch between daylight saving and
standard time. Begin by pressing the lower right button to move
the mode hand indicator to SET mode on the bottom dial.
2. If the hour or minute hands are obscuring the digital display,
press and hold the upper left button for three seconds. This will
cause the hour and minute hand to retract to the 12 O’clock
position.
3. Now pull the lower right button out one click. You will see the
digital display flashing. Press the upper left button to select
SET to display the city or OFF to not display the city. Press the
lower left button to turn summer time on or off. Summer time is
indicated on the lower part of the digital display. Daylight
savings time must be manually set for each city.
4. Pressing the upper right button will allow you to scroll
through all the cities. After setting, push the lower right button
back in.


USING THE TIMER
1. Press the lower right button to move the mode hand
indicator to TMR mode on the mode dial.
2. If the hour or minute hands are obscuring the digital display,
press and hold the upper left button for three seconds. This will
cause the hour and minute hand to retract to the 12 O’clock
position.
3. Pull the lower right button out one click. You will see the
minutes flashing in the digital display. Change the minutes by
pressing the lower left button. Once you have set the minutes
on the timer, push the lower right button back in.
4. Pressing the upper right button starts and stops the timer.
5. Press the lower left button when the timer is stopped to reset
the timer to its initial preset time.


USING THE CHRONOGRAPH
1. To use the chronograph press the lower right button to move
the mode indicator hand to CHR mode on the mode dial.
2. Press and hold the upper left button for three seconds. The
hour and minute hand will retract to the 12 O’clock position.
3 .To start or stop the chronograph press the upper right
button. If you press the lower left button it will display the split
time for 10 seconds.
4. When the chronograph is stopped press the lower left button
to reset back to zero.


SET THE TIME ZONE
1. Setting the time zones allows you to add or remove cities on
the digital display or switch between daylight saving and
standard time. Begin by pressing the lower right button to move
the mode indicator hand to SET mode on the bottom dial.
2. Press and hold the upper left button for three seconds. The
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3. Pull the lower right button out one click. You will see the
digital display flashing. Press the upper left button to select
SET to display the city or OFF to not display the city. Press the
lower left button to turn summer time on or off. Summer time is
indicated on the lower part of the digital display. Daylight
savings time must be manually set for each city..
4. Pressing the upper right button will allow you to scroll
through all the cities. After setting, Push the lower right button
back in one click.

Hope this helps. =)

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