Question about Watches
Had battery changed at repair shop. Repairman didn't know how to set the time for the watch. I have lost the owner's manual, so many attempts to set this watch has failed.
1./ First you need to make sure that the mode the watch is in is the time setting and then you want to press the top left button marked 'Adjust' and hold it down until the the hour display starts to flash.
2./ To change the hour you press the bottom right button marked 'start-stop' repeatedly until you get to the desired hour.
3./ To change the minutes you need to press the button marked 'mode' once and the minutes display will start to flash and then you repeat step 2. until you have the desired minutes.
The 'mode' button will cycle through to the day, date etc if you need to change them also.
To stop the flashing, you then press the 'Adjust' once more and the flashing should stop!
The same process applies to the alarms as well.
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
My first suggestion would be to go to www.Casio.com click support, then watches, then manuals, type in your module # and download a pdf of the watch. If you set the watch when you first purchased (or rec'd as a gift) then this should be enough. After 17 yrs of changing batteries I set many a watches, but as strange as it may sound sometimes allowing a child to make an attempt is oddly successful. The age group of 9 to 14 is fascinated with mechanical things and are usually able to just play with it for a little while and be successful.
Posted on Dec 01, 2007
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