Question about Watches
I have a G Shock DW-004 made in 1997. I had this same problem, and I tried everything to change TO military time and back to standard time. I just read the bit to try and was about to do it. I pressed the top left button to get the time to flash, and hit the light button by accident (the one with the big G on it) and VIOLA! It changed to military time. So in my model, anyway, the G light button (under the display on the edge of the watch body) changed the time to military from standard and back again, when the time is flashing.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
When setting the time try holding down the button that changes the hours. That will often cause the processor to switch back and forth between military and civilian time. Try reading the manual carefully. It should explain exactly how its done.
Posted on Feb 23, 2008
Set the seconds to flash like you are setting the time and push the lower button on the side closet to your light button this switches it between military and standard.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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