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Our clock reads Military time ever since a terrific rain storm, it didn't get wet. We set it at Mt time and it's OK until midnight and then it goes to Military time. Our manual got lost and don't know how to correct this problem. HELP!!

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Keep pushing the hour button through the 24th hour. Then it cycles into the 12 hour mode. If you keep pushing the hour button again through the am and pm it will cycle into the 24 hour mode again. Etc.

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