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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1. Pull out the time set mode button.
2. Press the upper right button repeatedly until the sweep hand makes it back to 00/60.
3. Press the time set button back into normal position.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
Go to the home site of the particular brand of watch you own. They should have the instructions for just about every watch configuration they manufacture.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
The Mode button on the bottom left hand side will set your "SET" buttons to work.
The first push of your Mode button will activate your Stop Watch. Press the top right button to time your subject. Press it again to stop timing your subject.
Pressing the bottom right button will reset your Stop Watch to zero.
Press the Mode button to release your Stop Watch function and return to the Telling Time function.
Press the Mode button twice and you'll be able to set your Alarm function. Your Hour number will be flashing. Press the top right button to set your Alarm Hour. If you Alarm Hour is for the afternoon or evening continue pushing until a "P" appears by your hour number . This will be your afternoon/evening hour. If there is no "P" that, of course, will be your morning hour.
Press the bottom right button to adjust the minute number of your Alarm function. Your minute number will be flashing. Again, using the top right button, you'll be able to adjust your minute number.
(If you hold any number changing button for a long time, the numbers will flash through rapidly.)
Press the mode button to release your Alarm setting function.
Press the Mode button three times to set the Time of Day on your watch. At this point you'll also need to push the bottom left button to activate your Time of Day function. after pressing the bottom right button your minute number will start flashing. Press the top right button again to adjust your minute number. Once that's done, press the mode button to release your time of day function.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
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