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Science museum type SM2453 GJ instructions for setting needed

Science museum watch type SM2453 GJ made under license to the Science Museum is impossible to set correct time without the instructions - can anyone help

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Http://www.zeonltd.co.uk/instructions//Gifts%20and%20Gadgets/Science%20Museum/SM2453%20-%20Radio%20Controlled%20Blue%20Dial%20Bracelet%20Watch%20(old%20version%20-%20below%20date%20code%20IK).pdf

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