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I have the same watch. I've figured out how change in and out of 24 hour time.
1. press and hold "ST/STP" until the month/day screen is visible.
2. while holding "ST/STP", press "MODE". A 'p' visible below the month/day indicates 12 hour mode. The absence of a 'p' indicates 24 hour mode.
Manual for 4-button version is here, but all the directions are applicable. https://www.armitron.com/images/upload/XNAPE01.pdf
there's nothing to be change in your watch. most of watch brands is like yours but there are some watch brand that are selling perpetual calendar watch that you don't have to change every end of the month or even in leap year. if you want that, just look for the "PERPETUAL CALENDAR". I hope i had been helped you.
mcdevito75 here, The month you mean the date (number of the day in the month) your Seiko should show the day / date Here"s how.--- To change the day (Monday, Tues. etc) simply pull out the stem and turn the hands around until you reach the day, now push the stem in all the way, and gently slip your fingernail under the stem and gently lift the stem to it"s first notch or position, Seiko watches have a 2 position stem to make changeing the date, (number) easy so you don"t have to keep turning the hands around and around, with the stem out to it"s first notch or position simply turn the stem either toward you or away to change the date, (number) when done push the stem back in and your done.
I don't know where you can get an instruction manual but have you tried pulling out the crown where you set the watch half a click. After you do that turn the crown away from you to set the day and towards you to set the month.