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I turned off the radio transmitter and cannot turn it back on for time updates. How do I turn it back on?

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My atomic watch is 5 minutes slow, do not know how to change the time to the correct setting


I would suspect that your watch is not picking up the radio signal to reset itself to the correct time. There are several reasons for this - the battery might be very low, or you are in a poor reception area, or you are just too far from the transmitter, or the hands need realigning. If the watch claims to pick up multiple transmitters, then be sure that it is set to the correct one. Try taking off the watch at night and placing it face-up on a window sill to give it the best chance of a signal.
I can't offer anything other than general advice as you do not give the make/model of your timepiece. Some radio-controlled watches have a facility to realign (or 'zero') the hands - again, can't be specific without more information.

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My Waveceptor time is not being updated by a radio signal. It appears that I am not receiving the radio signal. I have tried outside but still no reception. Ideas?


Probably the battery is running low. That way the radio signal reception maybe too weak. You can try to manually receive the signal.
Download the manual from the link below (the module number is on the back of the watch).
Timepieces Watches Manuals CASIO

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Can,t set timeon watch


OK try and follow these steps and it may help you set the time on your Watch. Once you understand the different function buttons on the edge of the case setting the time will be an easy task.

1-Note the 2 and 4 o'clock function buttons and the crown at 3 o'clock on the case edge of the Citizen Skyhawk Eco-Drive. These buttons set all functions of the watch.

2-Set the home city digital display function at 9 o'clock by pulling the crown to the first position. Rotate the crown until the mode hand in the subdial at 6 o'clock is aligned with TME. Press the 2 o'clock button until the nearest major city where you live appears. Press the 2 and 4 o'clock buttons at the same time to find the home city in the 3 o'clock digital display window. Once the city is selected, the time is automatically set by the automatic radio reception function.

3-Pull the crown out to the first position to manually set the time. Rotate the crown until the mode hand is aligned with the CAL, TME and RX-S position under the umbrella line. Push the crown flush with the case edge. Point the watch's 9 o'clock side in the direction of the radio transmitter. For example, if you live in Los Angeles, point the watch's 9 o'clock side east towards Ft. Collins, Colo., where the transmitter is located.

4-Hold down the 4 o'clock button for two seconds until the tone sounds and the second hand stops at the RX-S position. The second hand will then move to H, M or L found at the 2 o'clock subdial. Remain holding the watch in the same position. The second hand will move from the H, M or L position with the hour and minute hands to the correct time once the radio reception is completed.

5-Press the 2 o'clock button to start the chronograph's stopwatch. Press the button a second time to stop the timer. Press the 4 o'clock button to reset the timer.

6-Pull the crown all the way out and rotate it clockwise until the correct date is selected. Push the crown flush when finished.

IF you are still not able to set the time contact your dealer or the nearest Citizen showroom.

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Thanks for the reply. For some reason I cant program the transmitter. Every time I get to that part it say ..........to program transmitter put the serial number in twice to accept push add. When I do that...


tires36, This forum isn't showing prior posts. I answered a lot of posts yesterday and I'm not sure which one your was. Try posting your problem in diyalarmforum where we can talk back and forth.

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I live 20 miles, south of Seattle, WA. Please give me hints, how I can receive Radio signal, for my E. Howard, E23GA, Atomic watch. I haven't been getting daily signals. Thank you, Dave Harvey,


Place the watch near a window that faces Colorado. best reception is at night although you should get a signal during the day where you are. The signal comes from a transmitter in Colorado. Also, make sure your watch is a model with the US frequency as there are different frequencies used in other parts of the world. Read more at http://www.ntp-time-server.com/atomic-clock.htm.

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G-Shock Atomic Solar watch - ERR in atomic time keeping


The watch will set itself at specific time set times, this is likely to be at 0200 0400 and 0600.
You will however be required to set the time zone, the switch is likely to be on the back.
INFO:
Atomic Time Synchronisation:
How does it work.
SHORT VERSION:
Radio set clocks and watches receive a 60-kilohertz, radio signal from the NIST the official timekeeper for the US and is located in Boulder, Colorado. Ft. Collins. they use atomic clocks and transmits this official time via high frequency short-wave and low frequency AM radio signals, satellite transmission, Internet, and via telephone.

REFERANCE LINKS:
OFFICAL TIME:
http://www.time.gov/timezone.cgi?Eastern/d/-5/java
PHOTO OF ANTANA TRANSMITTERS:
http://tf.nist.gov/stations/wwvb.htm
R/
David
http://antiqueclock.clockstop.com/

Mar 13, 2010 | Casio G-Shock Atomic MTG930DA 8VCR watch

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I attempted to adjust the time of my WaveCeptor while out of the country and as a result it is now permanently 1:23 minutes behind PMT. The little LCD windopw shows the correct time, though. I've tried the...


This watch will set itself at specific time set times, this is likely to be at 0200 0400 and 0600.
You will however be required to set the time zone, the switch is likely to be on the back.
INFO:
Atomic Time Synchronisation:
How does it work.
SHORT VERSION:
Radio set clocks and watches receive a 60-kilohertz, radio signal from the NIST the official timekeeper for the US and is located in Boulder, Colorado. Ft. Collins. they use atomic clocks and transmits this official time via high frequency short-wave and low frequency AM radio signals, satellite transmission, Internet, and via telephone.

RECOMENDATION:
You are likely out of range.
Adjust your time manually using the official time link below.

COPY OF YOUR MANUAL:
http://world.casio.com/wat/download/en/manual/


REFERANCE LINKS:
OFFICAL TIME:
http://www.time.gov/timezone.cgi?Eastern/d/-5/java
PHOTO OF ANTANA TRANSMITTERS:
http://tf.nist.gov/stations/wwvb.htm
R/
David
http://antiqueclock.clockstop.com/

Mar 11, 2010 | Watches

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The hands are not setting themselves.


The controlling radio signal for the National Physical Laboratory's clock is transmitted on the MSF 60kHz signal via the transmitter at Rugby, operated by British Telecom International. This should have a range of some 1,500 km or 937.5 miles. All of the British Isles are of course within this radius.
The National Physical Laboratory's role as keeper of the national time standards is to ensure that the UK time-scale agrees with Co-ordinated Universal Time (UTC) to the highest levels of accuracy and to make that time available across the UK. As an example, the MSF (MSF being the three-letter call sign to identify the source of the signal) radio broadcast provides the time signal for, electronic share trading, the clocks at most railway stations and for BT's speaking clock.

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Jul 23, 2009 | Casio Watch Waveceptor

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Casio Wave Ceptor #3054


I have the same watch and thought I had the same problem. Casio's website actually DOES have the downloadable manual for this watch in their Support section, though it's kind of burried in their "Watch Manual Archives" section. Try to copy this address into your browser: http://world.casio.com/wat/download/en/manual/ FYI, the manual number you'll need to search for is shown in a rectangle on the back of the watch. In my case it was # 3054. When I downloaded the manual and read it, I learned how to confirm auto-updating is activated, and how to do manual updating. In my case, I was trying it from too far inside my house with a weak signal. When I set all of the settings as described and placed the watch in the window with 12:00 pointing outside as shown in their diagrams, the manual update feature worked like a champ. I also learned about a couple of other neat features hidden in the watch. Too bad the manual didn't come with the watch when I bought it; it would have saved me lots of frustration. Hope this helps you!

Jun 12, 2008 | Casio Wave Ceptor WV57HA-1AV Wrist Watch

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Set date & time on radio-controlled Timex


Hold down the split/reset button until the flashing tower icon stops flashing then release the button. The watch will automatically receive the next scheduled radio update.

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