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How do i change the time on T5K801 Marathon watch


To set time and date:
1) With time and date showing,
press SET and hold for 2 seconds.
2) Seconds flash. Press START/STOP to set seconds
to zero.
3) Press MODE
.
Hour flashes.
Press START/STOP
to change hour, including AM (no symbol) and PM.
4) Press MODE
.
Minutes flash.
Press START/STOP to change
minutes; hold button to scan values.
5) Press MODE. Year flashes.
Press START/STOP to change year.
6) Press MODE
.
Month flashes.
Press START/STOP
to change month.
7) Press MODE
.
Date flashes.
Press START/STOP
to change date.
8) Press SET
, at any step, to exit and save settings.
With time and date showing, press SET
to switch between 12- or 24- hour time format.
Date (day of month) appears in upper part of display in Time
mode. Press and hold START/STOP
to see month, date, and year in large digits

Or go to:
http://assets.timex.com/user_guides/Marathon/W292-Marathon-AllLanguages.pdf

Jul 31, 2017 | The Watches

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Has no leap yr. went from 2/28 to 3/1 cannot coordinate time


  • Auto Calendar (pre-programmed until the year 2039)
that means, you need to set up correct year in order to show leap years.... and then it will show you also correct day, after you will set it up correctly..... http://support.casio.com/storage/en/manual/pdf/EN/009/qw1545.pdf

check page 2

Mar 02, 2016 | Casio DW-5600E-1VCT Wrist Watch

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On my KADIO KD-3805 I can set the time and date which is the 9 of the 11 but I cannot get Sunday it will only bring up Wednesday I have tried to use the up and down button it will not bring up sunday just...


After fixing time when you press mode button year will come say 2002 . you have to press up or down to set correct year (say 2011). then the month will blink which is to set and therafter the date. The Day (say Tues) will automatically appear.

Sep 11, 2011 | Watches

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The day inscription is two days late, monday, watch says saturday


So to change the Day and Date of your Watch, slowly pull the Stem out... (Do note that if you have a Waterproof Watch, you'll need to unscrew the Stem counter-clockwise, which is towards you, until it unlocks, then you can pull the Stem out!) But this is where you need to go slow. If you pull it out slowly you should hear one snap. (It stops on the first notch) If you pull the Stem out all the way, it snaps twice and ends up on the second notch. (See picture below) The second notch, or all the way out, is where the Stem needs to be to set the Time.
day-changed.gif But the first notch, or first snap, is the secret and the key to setting the Day and Date! In the first notch position, you'll see that if you spin the Crown one way, it will change the Day. Spin it in the opposite direction and it changes the Date!
Do keep in mind that you may have to spin the Day and Date a couple rotations because it most likely will alternate between English and Spanish. Just pick the correct Language for you and it's done! When the Day and Date are set, push the Stem in all the way and enjoy your Watch!
If you still have the problem with your Watch changing Dates at Noon instead of Midnight, that just means you're on the wrong 12 hr cycle. (It's set for Twelve at Night instead of Twelve at Noon) All you need to do is pull the Stem all the way out, (second notch) and Spin the Minute and Hour hands ahead 12 hours. If it's Twelve O'Clock, spin it ahead until it's Twelve O'Clock again. Doing that will put the Watch on the correct 12 hour cycle.

Jun 27, 2011 | Watches

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How does its year calendar work?


The day at a glance calendar system used in this Orient watch, has been used in a number of watches over the past 40 years, perhaps most famously in the Wittnauer "2000" watch (which Orient actually made for Wittnauer under contract). Orient itself has used this system in a number of different styles of watches. Note that the daily date window is separate from the day of the week / month at a glance system; the date window is driven in traditional fashion by the movement.

The day/month at a glance system is based on a single disc inside the watch that is manually advanced by the user. If you look at the top of the watch, where the months are listed, you'll see little two-digit numbers. These represent different years--"04" refers to 2004, "11" to 2011, etc. To get the right days of the week at the bottom of the dial, you move the appropriate year under the current month. That will line up the days of the week--Monday, Tuesday, etc.--with their correct dates. You may see the same year repeated more than once on the upper part of the dial because the calendar has a specific pattern that can be replicated.

On older watches using this same system, the top pusher was used to adjust the date window, and a separate winding knob controlled movement of the year/monthly calendar disc. On this specific watch, which I have not handled in person, I cannot see a separate crown to adjust the date, and so I am guessing that you would pull out the set stem part-way to engage the disk setting mode. This would make sense because unlike the date window, where the date is always advanced, the year must move both backwards and forwards to align with all the months in a given year--you'll see that January and October are in the same place on the dial, for example.


If you're interested, here's an example of a vintage Orient that uses this same system for its calendar. Note how the monthly calendar and year/month alignment are flipped from the watch you asked about. Please note that I have no connection with this web site, make no endorsement as to the price being asked for this watch--but it has a nice picture of a classic Orient:

http://forums.watchuseek.com/f30/$128-all-steel-orient-perpetual-calendar-xl-case-vintage-watch-526811.html

On a final note, you'll see a number of people refer to these as "perpetual calendar" watches. That's not accurate. The year / days of the week disc holds about 20 years of calendar information. After that, the disc is no longer accurate, though you can easily keep aligning the monthly calendar just be referring to a printed calendar and adjusting it that way. For a period of time (not sure if they still do it), Orient would accept older watches with this system and change out the old year/day wheel with a new one that went further into the future.


Jun 03, 2011 | Orient CEUAA002WW Wrist Watch

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Hi, My watch shows the day as i 1day in advance.For example if today is Monday it will show Tuesday. Though i can change teh time and date but not able to change the Day of the week. Cananyone...


THE SETTING FOR THE DAYS ARE AUTOMATIC DEPENDING ON THE YEAR YOU FEED. IT MAY SOUND ODD BUT PLEASE CHECK THE YEAR YOU ARE FEEDING I.E IS IT 2010 OR 2011. IF IT IS 2011 THE DAYS WILL BE ONE DAY ADVANCED. IF STILL THE PROBLEM PERSISTS ASK THE RETAILER /COMPANY TO REPLACE THE WATCH, IF IT IS UNDER WARRANTY PERIOD.

Dec 24, 2010 | Watches

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I have a model 31420E skyscan & have lost the instruction manual. Also I live in Sydney Australia and don't know anywhere here to get help.


I couldn't find the manufacturers' web site but I found the following , which may help;-

The unit automatically receives the time signal everyday at midnight and makes any required adjustment to the time displayed.


The WAVE OK indicator and the Tower Icon on the display will show if the time signal is successfully received or after manually pressing the SET/WAVE button

You can trigger a Signal Receive operation at any time by pressing the SET/WAVE button, which will activate the Signal Search function of the unit.
To Manually Set the Clock
To Set the Year and Date
1. Press SET/WAVE button after setting TIME ZONE and DST
2. Press + or - button sequentially to set the year (holding down the button will change the year at a high speed)
3. Press SET/WAVE button to confirm the year set and start the date process
4. Press + or - button sequentially to set the current date (holding down the button will change the date at a high speed)
NOTE: The weekday changes automatically depending on the year and date

To Set the Time
1. Press the SET/WAVE button after setting the calendar
2. Press + or - button sequentially to set the minutes (holding down the button will change the year at a high speed)
NOTE: Once you the press + or - button, the seconds will reset to 00

To set the 12/24 HR mode and the Temperature Mode
1. Press SET/WAVE button after setting the time
2. Press the + button to toggle between between 12HR and 24HR (military) modes
3. Press the - button to toggle between C and F temperature display mode
4. Press SET/WAVE button to confirm and quit the set mode

Dec 20, 2010 | Watches

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Changing the date on a fossil watch- how do you do it?


Which Fossil do you own?

Analog Date Watch:
Date Setting
  1. Pull the crown out to position 2.
  2. Turn the crown either clockwise or counter-clockwise and set the date for the previous day. The direction that moves the date varies on different watch models.

Analog Automatic:
Time and Date Setting

  1. Pull crown out to position 2 and rotate clockwise to set time.
  2. Pull crown out to position 3; date will advance automatically. To set to required date, continue to rotate crown between positions 2 and 3.
  3. Push crown back to position 1.
Analog Digital:
Time and Calendar Setting

  1. Press and hold pusher A for 2 seconds to enter setting mode. Year will begin flashing.
  2. Press pusher A to select year, month, date, hour, minute, second, and then exit setting mode.
  3. Press pusher B to adjust digit.
  4. Press and hold pusher B to adjust digit automatically.
  5. If no pushers are operated for 30 seconds, setting will be returned to Normal Time Display.





These are the three most common Fossils. If yours isn't here please let me know which model you have and I'll get you the instructions.
Hope this helps.

Dec 12, 2009 | Fossil Watches

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Aspen watch


Setting my Aspen Digital Watch
Button designations:
(NITEGLOW) B C (START/STOP)
10:47
(MODE) A D (SPLIT/RESET)

To Set Time, Date and Day:
Press A 3 times; Seconds Flash; Set to 00 with C
Press D; Minute Flashes; Set Minutes with C
Press D; Hour Flashes; Set Hours with C
Press D; Date Flashes; Set Date with C
Press D; Month Flashes; Set Month with C
Press D; Day Flashes; Set Day with C
Press A to Quit

To Set Alarm Time:
Press A 2 times; Hour Flashes; Set Hour with C
Press D; Minutes Flash; Set Minute with C
Press A to Quit
To Set Alarm ON or OFF:
Hold D in to see Alarm Time and Press C to toggle Alarm ON/OFF

Operation:
Hold C to see Month and Day.
Hold D to see Alarm Time; Press C to toggle Alarm ON/OFF.

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