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Wrong time . How do I alter it?


select the three bars. (cant type that here....:) >setup > time >manual. select the - or + to sent the hour and minute and selct a.m or p.m.

here is the complete manual if you need it.

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How do you illuminate A timex indigo


It must be by pushing and holding the crown inword (toward the body of the watch), whereas setting the time would involve pulling it outward.

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How to fix the time and date


unscrew crown pull out to first position turn crown to alter date, pull crown out to second postion to alter time push crown back in and screw down

Mar 04, 2013 | Watches

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Ref G3002-Batt:UC-364 PO:01092. Rotary quartz watch. I require to alter the date and day feature which has english and european days. I can alter the time by pulling the handle out which is shielded in...


Your watch should have a position in between home and fully out but it sounds as if your watch is like mine, where I cannot detect the position (i.e no click or feeling any detent).

Try to pull the crown wheel out a little and turn it. (the day and date change feature is in this middle position).

The english days can be achieved by turning the wheel until the desired day shows (it alternates between english and another language).

Have patience and keep trying until you get the feel for the correct position!

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Optimum time sailing watch -how to alter time


hold in top right for a few secs bottom left to change top left to move on

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I have just purchased a guess w12575 ladies watch but am unable to alter the time on it as the winder won't open. i had no instructions in the box when it arrived to help me. I have tried pulling the...


Some winders need to be unscrewed (its a water resistance feature).

Try turning the winder anticlockwise about a quarter of a turn or so.

(Don't forget to screw it back in when you have finished!)

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How to change the time


You can find the instructions at this web site http://www.casio-europe.com/euro/watch/collection/aq-230ga-9dmqyes/ :)

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How dp you alter the time of the hands


  1. Press the Bottom Left side button until you reach time keeping mode.
  2. Press the Bottom Left side button 6 times to reach hand setting mode.
  3. Hold down the Top Left side button until the digital time starts to flash.
  4. Press the Bottom Right side button to advance the analog time by 20 seconds; Holding the button down will advance the time faster. Pressing both of the Right side buttons will lock the time into advancing quickly without holding buttons down; this will continue until you press a button or the clock advances 12 hours.
  5. Press the Top Left side button to exit the settings screen.
  6. Press the Bottom Left side button to return to timekeeping mode.

Mar 12, 2009 | Casio Watches

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I dont know how to set time


Some 70s quartz watches used quite a different system where you push the crown in, hold for a while (perhaps 5-10 sec) then release it and push and hold it back in again immediately. At this point, the ends should set off advancing at many time their normal rate so you can alter the time.
Complex, I know.

Feb 01, 2009 | Bulova Watch

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