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Watch #w860 How do I change from enlarge display to normal display. Bert Peate

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Is this a Pulsar Watch as indicated? IF not what brand of watch do you have, I am not seeing anything about an enlarge display on a Pulsar 860...

Please let me know, just reply to my answer here and I can definitely help.

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My father in law has an old Casio model 548 wrist watch. It's stuck in military time and he wants to reset the time to a 12 hour option and move into daylight savings time. Can you help?


from the user manual press the button closest to the seconds display on watch . bottom right button in normal time display to switch between am / pm time or 24 hundred military time.
http://mygshock.com/casio-manual/548/
enlarge the internet browser display to read which button to press to change the time or date.
press button B top left button to go into change mode
press button C bottom left button to move to seconds or minutes or hours .
press button A bottom right button to advance the time
press button b top left button to go back to normal time display

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Sep 17, 2008 | Watches

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How to set your Global Atomic G-Force digital watch


This watch says "Strong Ideas" on the back instead of a 4 digit number.

Press LIGHT briefly and your LCD will be back lit for 5 seconds.

Press MODE to cycle through normal, alarm, dual time, and stopwatch display mode.

Hold MODE for 3 seconds to enable the radio to receive time signals. Once RC is activated, the watch will search for time signal automatically every day.
Hold LIGHT for 8 seconds to disable the RC function.
Press MODE, SET, and ADJUST simultaneously to reset the watch.

Press ADJUST while in normal mode to toggle year/time display.
Press SET while in year display to alternate Month-Day or Day-Month.

Hold SET for 2 seconds while in normal mode to cycle through world atomic radios (US/GB/DE/JP) push ADJUST to change, and SET to continue. Next the language will flash (GB/FR/DE/ES/IT). Next is DST on/off. Next, in order are hour, minute, second, year, month, day, and 12/24 Hr format.
(US only) Press SET to display timezone. The default is PA, use the ADJUST button to cycle through MO, CE, or EA as desired.

Press SET while in alarm mode to toggle alarm on/off.
Hold SET for 2 seconds while in alarm mode to change the hour and minute with the ADJUST button.

Press SET for 2 seconds while in dual time mode and ADJUST +/- 23 hours from normal time.

Press MODE to exit most settings.

Press ADJUST in stopwatch mode to start/stop the timer accumulatively.
Press SET to reset stopwatch to zero, or split measurements if timer is running.

Change the battery with a new CR2025 to prevent damage that low or dead batteries can cause by leaking.
Do not use solvents to clean the watch, use only a dry or water moistened cloth.
Do not use buttons when the watch is wet. Water may penetrate the watch and cause damage to it.

on Dec 31, 2011 | Watches

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Casio pathfinder battery operated watch keeps blanking out display?


Your watch is solar powered, so I think it isn't charged lately. At a low charge, the watch goes into saving mode by switching off the display (while keeping the time, date, etc.). To charge the watch leave it in a brightly lit spot for a day or two. That should be enough to make the watch function as normal again.

For more information, you can download the manual of your watch here (direct download link):
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Watch Manual for Sergio Valente model# F-IAGAG


These are operating instructions for an SV F-IAGAG (Sergio Valente) watch.

There are four buttons on the watch.

A: upper left
B: lower left
C: upper right
D: lower right

Pressing A turns on the watch face backlight.

Pressing B changes the mode.

From the normal time display mode, one press of B enters the stopwatch mode. In this mode, pressing C will start the stopwatch time count. Pressing C again will stop the count. Each additional press of C will start/stop the count. While the count is proceeding, pressing D will freeze the display of stopwatch time, yet the count will continue. Pressing D again will cause the display to begin updating with the running count. Each press of D will freeze/unfreeze the display update. When the count is stopped (with a press of C), pressing D will reset the count to zero. From this mode, press B again to return to time display mode.

From the normal time display mode, two presses of B enters the alarm time set mode. In this mode, either the hour or minute portion of the time display will be flashing. That which is flashing can be changed by pressing C. Pressing D will switch to the other portion (hours or minutes). Any time the alarm mode is entered and a change is made, the alarm is set to "on". This is indicated by a check mark in the circle display next to the "9" on the watch face. The alarm can be toggled "on" and "off" from the normal time display mode by holding down button D and pressing button C. Return to the normal time display mode by pressing button B while in the alarm time set mode.

From the normal time display mode, three presses of B enters the time set mode. Upon first entering this mode, the seconds display in the circle near the watch face "3" will be flashing. Pressing button C will reset the seconds to zero. Each press of the D button will advance to a different value field for adjustment. The field of adjustment will be flashing. The sequence of fields is (seconds - minutes - hours - date day - date month - date day). Pressing C will change the value. When adjusting the hours, both 24hr format, and 12hr AM/PM format is available. Each press of button C will advance the hour value. The sequence of 24hr format will be indicated with an "H" in the "seconds" circle (near the watch face "3"). After hour value 24 of the 24hr format, the next hour is a "12" value, with an "A" in the seconds circle. Twelve presses of button C will step through the AM hour values and present an "12" value with a "P" in the seconds circle. Twelve more presses advances through the PM hour values and returns to the 24hr format. Pressing button B will return to time display mode.

Pressing button C while holding down button D will toggle the alarm "on/off" state. The "on" state is indicated with a check mark in the display circle next to the "9" on the watch face.

Jan 08, 2012 | Watches

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I dont know how to change the time on my decathlon geonaute watch


I nearly went crazy pushing buttons, but finally got the right combination. From the normal Time Display (as you would normally use the watch, no need to push any buttons) Push and Hold for a few seconds the Lap/Reset Button. The "Set" Mode will become active. Release the Lap/Reset button when Set appears in the Display. Notice in the Display a small Arrow that points to a button, either the ST/STP or Mode Button. (Initially it will be the ST/STP Button). When you depress the button to which the arrow points, the Field Flashing in the display will be set (For ST/STP) or Changed to the next Field (When the Arrow Points to the Mode Button). Simply toggle through the fields (using the Mode Button) and set (using the ST/STP Button) as needed. You will also be offered the ability to set the Month, Date, Day, 12/24 HR, and a M-D (It stands for Month - Date, in Europe it's more common to display as Date - Month). I did not change this field since by default on my watch it displayed M - D first. The setting cycle will be finished off when you have set the various fields by again pushing the Lap/Reset Button. Not related to setting the watch, but possibly useful, the Watch will completely reset if all the buttons are pushed at the same time, including pushing the Display Light (or in the case of this watch, the illumination used for the Display Characters). Hope this helps, it worked for me.

Nov 01, 2011 | Watches

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Bought a generic clip watch from walmart with no manufacture's name on it. The back says MSP74582W batery CR1616 and then A126. Looking to find instructions on how to set alarm, date, and figure out...


Just got one, and haven't lost the instructions yet. First, the 4 buttons are:

S1 - at 4 - Lap/Rst
S2 - at 2 - St/Stp
S3 - at 8 - Mode
Light - at 10

Watch Control
Normal Display: Hour, Minute, Second
Push S1: Alarm time in Hours and Minutes
Push S2: Month, Date
S3: Change function

Alarm and Chime
In Normal Time Hold S1 and the alarm time will be displayed.
Press S2 once and Hourly chime will be on.
Press S2 twice and Alarm will be on.
Press S2 three times and Chime will be off.
Press S2 four times and Alarm will be off.
Press S1 and display will change to normal time immediately.

Setting Alarm Time
In normal time, hold S3 for about 3 seconds, the hour digit will flash and is advanced by pressing the S1 button. Then push the S2 button to change to minutes and change those by pressing the S1 button as above. Push S3 to return to normal time.

To silence the alarm, press S1.

May 15, 2011 | Watches

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Roxy 70's watch alarm goes off every hour. I


This manual will help http://www.roxy.com/graphics/uc/roxy/manuals/Roxy_manual_watch_70s.pdf
I think these are the directions you need 2.0 Alarm and Chime On/Off 2.1 In Normal Display hold B-Button,and push A-Button once: Chime will be on. 2.2 push A-Button once again: Alarm will be on 2.3 push A-Button once again: Chime will be off 2.4 push A-Button once again: Alarm will be off 2.5 Release B-Button, the Display changes to Normal Display immediately.

Jul 13, 2009 | Watches

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Can't turn off alarm


Here are the instructions to view, change alarm time and turn off alarm:

From normal time display:
Press MODE once to display stop watch.
Press MODE again to change alarm time.
Press MODE again to change time.

From normal time display:
Press RESET once to display current alarm time.
Press and hold RESET then press START to turn on and off alarm (watch for alarm symbol on top left)
Press and hold RESET then press MODE to turn on daily alarm vs one time (watch day marker lines at the bottom)
Hope this helps.

May 05, 2009 | Watches

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