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Thank you for contacting FixYa.<br /> <ol id="ecxintelliTxt"> <li id="ecxjsArticleStep1"> Press the "MODE" button---usually on the lower left side of the watch, but sometimes on the right center side---to cycle through to the time display.<br /></li> <li id="ecxjsArticleStep2"> Press and hold the "SET" button---usually on the right lower side of the watch---until the seconds flash.<br /></li> <li id="ecxjsArticleStep3"> Press "MODE" repeatedly to cycle through the displays that flash: from hours to minutes to month to date and day. At the end of the cycle is the hour display option. Make this option flash.<br /></li> <li id="ecxjsArticleStep4"> Press the "SPLIT/RESET" button below the face of the watch to change the hour display option to "24-hour display." This is the same as military time. If there is a "NEXT" button on the upper-right side of the watch, use this to advance to the 24-hour option instead of using the "SPLIT/RESET" button. You may need to press a "START/SPLIT" button instead a "SPLIT/RESET" button to cycle between 12- and 24-hour display. The "START/SPLIT" button could be located below the watch face or on the upper-right side of the watch, depending on the model.<br /></li> <li id="ecxjsArticleStep5"> Press the "SET" button again. You are now done. All PM hours should be displaying hours between 12 and 23.<br /></li></ol> Contact TIMEX for further assistance at:<br /> http://www.timex.com/info/Product_Instruction_Guides_Downloads

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