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I accidently set my Seiko digital watch w/4 buttons to military time & can't figure out how to set it back

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  • csakas Mar 07, 2008

    The number is 4714-5009.

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You need to give the movement number. at seiko watches you will find a number which has 8 letters and/or digits devide by -

Posted on Mar 06, 2008

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    eddiewillow2 Nov 05, 2012

    Thanks got it sorted

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    eddiewillow2 Nov 05, 2012

    Thank very much got it sorted.

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Hi, If its Seiko then Goto SeikoDigitalWatches.comyou can find almost any branded digital watch instruction gude fromabove sites, otherwise check your Watch Picture and Model on RareDigitalWatches.com

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Kashif
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Posted on Apr 02, 2009

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    eddiewillow2 Nov 05, 2012

    Thanks found it Eddie.

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