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Go here: http://world.casio.com/wat/download/en/manual/

put in your module number, and get the manual for your watch. I think it may have something to do with daylight savings time settings.

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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You aren't making a lot of sense with this post either. This is a normal quartz watch. It isn't connected to a time server, so you need to correct it.

In the image, the watch says it is 9:41. If the correct time is actually 9:43, you advance it 2 minutes. You say 'back', but the better terms for a watch or clock are 'slow', or 'fast'. Your watch is 2 minutes slow, or two minutes fast? If the correct time is back, (the watch is fast) you need to advance 28 minutes.

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THE WATCH IS SET OUT AS TOP LEFT BUTTON = B
BOTTOM LEFT BUTTON = A
TOP RIGHT BUTTON = C
BOTTOM RIGHT BUTTON = D

10 Half Digit Digital FL145, FL186

Normal Time Display

1. Press A to change mode.

2. Press B for EL.

3. Press C to toggle 12/24 hour format.

4. Press D to stop alarm sound.

Time/Calendar Setting

1. From normal time display, press A three times to enter setting mode. Seconds will begin flashing.

2. Press C to reset seconds to zero.

3. Press D to set and advance to next setting value.

4. Press C to increase digit; press and hold C for fast advance. Press D to set each setting value.

5. Setting sequence is: seconds, hour, minutes, month, date, day of week.

6. Press A to exit setting mode.

Alarm Setting

1. Press A to change to alarm mode (AL).

2. Press and hold C for alarm sound testing.

3. Press C to toggle alarm/chime on/off.

4. Press D to enter setting mode; hour will begin flashing.

5. Press C to advance digit; press and hold C for fast advance.

6. Press D to set hour and minutes.

7. Setting will automatically exit setting mode mode after minutes are set.

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1. Press A to change to chronograph mode (ST).

2. Press C to start/stop chronograph.

3. Press D to reset chronograph when it is not running.

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My radio controlled watch is exactly half an hour fast according to the hands, but the internal clock appears to be correct. This happened when I tried to adjust the watch to Canadian time


If I understood correctly this watch have a analog watch display ..and it is half an hour forward..but when you set timing or the alarm it behave normal ..and so the internal one is correct ..but just do not display the correct time on the analog one ...If it do not have any means to correct manually the analog watch ..I advice to try to remove all power and stop the indicators at the exact time ...(a sharp hour...) and power it back after the exact time it is forwarded ....This way the analog clock will be stopped..and the internal one will go on and will adjust at the spot by the radio time ..and you will have both timers in correct display ...If it does have buttons or so in the back ..try to correct them by hand ..

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    3. Press the "Change Mode" button on the lower left to set the hour. The hour will flash. Press the "Date Advance" button until the correct hour is displayed.

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    2) Setting the digital time
    3) Adjusting hands
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    5) Snooze
    6) Hourly Chime

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    To sync the correct 12 hour with your day you need to set the date to the day before (if today is 21, then make sure the day window reads 20). Then spin the analog hands until the the date window turns to 21. At this point your watch is reading 12 AM (midnight). Then keep turning to set the correct time. If it is 9 am then stop the hands the first time you hit the 9 marker. If it is 9pm, then keep turning until the SECOND TIME your hour hand meets the 9 marker. This is now set for 9 pm.
    That's how you do it. If you need more clarification let me know.

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