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I have a Dakota watch that is locked on military time and won't allow me to change this watch is only six months old. the company that I purchased it from moved to Durham,N.C.

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SOURCE: Can't get kids gap watch move from military "24" hr time!

hit mode three times until TUES flashes and the seconds. Hit reset until the hours flash and hit start to change them. The watch goes from AM hours to PM and then back through AM and when it cycles through the PMs for the second time, they will alternate 12/24 hour time.

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SOURCE: How to set the time on Athletic Works watch

Press and hold the lap/reset button for at least 5 full seconds. You should see the word "SET" appear in the dispaly. Push the Mode button to change from alarm to date to month, time, etc.. Use the start/stop button to change the numbers.

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SOURCE: How do you get a GapKids watch out of military time?

press the mode button 3 times and it will be on time setting press restart until the hours are blinking then hold the start button til it says am or pm

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SOURCE: How do I get the watch to change from military

Get manual here from my tips and tricks.

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SOURCE: change military time to standard time

Depress the recessed 'Adjust' button (top left side) which will get the time setting flashing. Then depress the button on the lower right side once to get to the 24 hour time option. You will then have manually enter the time in that format. Once set, then depress the rescessed 'Adjust' button again.

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