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How do I turn off hourly alarm on cg110m

I have a chronograph watch of unknown brand with the numbers cg110m and 354-07 on the back. I need to know how to turn off the hourly alarm chime.

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SOURCE: instruction for Lorus chronograph watch

Go to www.loruswatches.com and they have instructions there. I didn't download that translator and it still was available in english. I don't know your model number but you can do that there. Hope it helps.

Posted on Dec 27, 2008

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SOURCE: Armitron Pro Sport Watch Hourly Chime

Based on insructions for another watch, I just figured this one out. The steps would be:
Get in Alarm mode (press mode button)
Then you can cycle through the following by pressing the ST/STP button
1. Alarm on
2. Chiime on
3. Alarm and Chime on
4. Alarm and Chime off
You can see this with a magnifying glass and watch the center and right hand circular icons at the top of the display.get highlighted.

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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SOURCE: Kenneth Coleman Watch Beeps Every Hour! It Needs to STOP!

think of the top buttons from left to right as A & B and the bottom buttons from left to right as C & D. The way to turn the chime off and on is by holding the C & D Buttons simatainiously and the pressing the B button. This will allow you to turn the Hourly Chime Off and On. When you see the digital chime pattern in the display the chime is on. When no pattern is shown the chime is off. Hope this helps the ton of people who have purchased these watches & either did not have instructions with or lost them. This perticular watch has been annoying the whole household for quite sometime and has now been put to rest..lol

Posted on Mar 28, 2009

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How to set clock


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.

Chronograph Mode

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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If the alarm has sounded, press "A" (top left-hand button) to stop the sound.
To switch the Daily and Hourly Time Signal on and off:
Press "C" (lower right-hand button) while in alarm mode in sequence:
a. }}}} + BELL = Both alarms on.
b. Display Blank = Both OFF.
c. }}}} = Daily alarm on only.
d. BELL = Hourly Time Signal on only.

Test the alarm by holding down "C" to sound the alarm.
Please note b. and c. to turn off the alarms.

For more information, Casio has an Operational Chart for your watch, Module QW-1275. You may download a PDF file here:
http://ftp.casio.co.jp/pub/world_manual/wat/en/qw1275.pdf

Try this and let me know if this works. Thanks.

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I have NO ideal what kind of watch it is so I am giving general chronograph instructions. You will have to use as it applies to the watch you were given.

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These instructions are provided for users who are not familiar with using a mechanical/analog chronograph. The instructions may be applied to any chronograph that has a seconds counter, 30 minute counter, and hour counter.
Please refer to the instructions of the appropriate model to determine the location of each counter on the dial. Note: some of the features described here may not be available on your particular model. Again, refer to the specifications to see if they apply to your model.
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How to read the chronographe:
For a chronographe that has a center seconds register, a 30 minute register and an hour register. Example 1: If the hour register is between the 1 and 2, but closer to the 1, and the minute register is at 20, and the seconds register is at 35, then the elapsed time is 1 hour 20 minutes and 35 seconds. Example 2: If the hour register is between the 1 and 2, but closer to the 2, and the minute register is at 20, and the seconds register is at 35, then the elapsed time is 1 hour 50 minutes and 35 seconds.
How to read the tachymetre:
If you are driving and want to determine the speed of the car using your tachymetre, start your chronograph when you pass a mile marker, stop your chronographe when you pass the next mile marker. Look at the center seconds hand and read the number on the Tachymetre scale, this number will indicate the miles per hour that the vehicle is travelling.
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Some watches have a pulsometer instead of a tachymetre. Use it as follows: Start the chronographe and begin counting the pulse. When you have counted 30 beats, stop the chronographe. The number on the pulsometer scale will indicate the pulse rate per minute.
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the middle dial on the right side of the watch is used to switch from watch settings to alarm settings..
pull the middle dial out to put it in alarm mode.
To set alarm:
-pull the center knob out.
-with it out you can now use the bottom (right) knob to set the alarm.
-pull the bottom right knob out one notch
-turn the knob clockwise or counter clockwise to set the alarm time
-push the knob back in (all the way)

the alarm is now set

if the center (right) knob is pulled out the alarm is ON
if the center (right) knob is pushed in the alarm is OFF
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I have owned this watch for about 10 years now and love it.
the past few years the chronograph buttons (on the left side of the watch) were not working well rendering the chronograph and count down timer functions unusable.

repairing a chronographs is expensive and watch makers usually charge several hundred dollars which is not a feasible fee for a watch of this value so i decided to open it up my self and clean it up and that did the trick.. its working like new!

enjoy the watch!

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