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See page 1 of the manual for instructions which basically read as follows:
1. In TIME mode, press and hold SET/RECALL. Time zone will flash. 2. To set, push + or - to select first or second time zone. 3. Press NEXT. Hour digits flash. 4. Press + or - to change hour including AM/PM. (Scroll through 12 hours to get to AM/PM). 5. Press NEXT. Minute digits flash. 6. Press + or - to change minutes. 7. Press NEXT. Second digits flash. 8. Press + or - to set seconds to zero. 9. Press NEXT. Day of week flashes. 10. Press + to - to change day. 11. Continue pattern to set month, day of month, 12-hour or 24-hour time display, MM.DD or DD.MM date format, turn hourly CHIME on/off, turn BEEP on/off. If you select BEEP on, a beep will sound every time you push a button (except INDIGLO). 12. Press DONE to confirm and exit or NEXT to continue and set second time zone, if desired.
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<P>Thank you for contacting FIxYa.</P><P>You can get manuals here:</P><P> <A href="http://www.timex.com/info/Product_Instruction_Guides_Downloads">http://www.timex.com/info/Product_Instruction_Guides_Downloads</A></P><P>Best regards<BR></P><P> </P>
If the 2 dots (colon) on your time display are flashing you need to press START/STOP. I have had this problem for ages and it's been driving me mad, but just re-read the instructions for the 100th time and spotted it - it's the last sentence in the SET TIME-DATE section.
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I have a Timex Men's Classic Digital Silver-Tone Expansion Band Watch #T78587. To turn the chime on and off on this watch, I press the Start/Stop button on the top right once. This toggles the chime on and off. If you hear a single beep then you have turned it on. If you hear no beep you have turned it off. You can tell the chime setting by looking at the colon seperator between the hours and minutes. If it is flashing then the chime is on and if it is not flashing then the chime is off. This is not explained in my watch manual nor in any of the manuals I downloaded from Timex.com.
You have a feature on your watch labled OPTION. You can find this by pushing the topright button on your watch until it appears on the screen. then scroll down using the knob until you find hourly beep. From here you can turn it on or off.
in order to unset the military time on the watch you must hold down the two top buttons until the the 12 hour format comes back. in order to turn off the alarm you must hold down the two right buttons until they beep..and then the alarm will go off