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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 24 hour time setting to 12 hour
You can't! Trust me I have been dealing with watches for 2 years now and currently work in the industry as a watchmaker's assistant.
There are different settings for each different brand, Casio have there own configure and so does Seiko etc.
Best way I know is to push buttons to something happens. Please note DO NOT DEPRESSED ALL PUSHERS AT ONCE, this 99.99% of the time will reset the entire device!.
Usually there is a 'reset' pusher which will once depressed (either immediately or after a few seconds of pushing it) will flash, then you work out which one is the 'next' button until you get to the 12/24hr then press the Up or down pusher (usually but NOT always opposite side to the 2 previously menitioned pushers).
As for auto's or quartz that's another matter.
Hope this helps?
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
Maddening, isn't it? Fortunately the solution is here:
1 There should be four buttons: mode, reset, start and light. Find the mode button and press it three times until it is in the set time mode.
2 Find the reset button, which usually is located on the bottom right side of the watch face, and hold it until the time starts blinking.
3 Press the start button to change minutes.
4 Press the reset button again to switch to hours.You will know it worked when the hour starts blinking instead of the minutes.
5 Press the start button to change the hour. The watch can handle two modes: standard and military. As you press start, the hour will change from AM to PM, noted by an "A" or a "P" in the top right. When you get through 24 hours, the watch will change to military time and an "H" will be displayed instead of "A" or "P." Keep pressing start to go through another 24-hour cycle and it will revert back to standard time.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
Use the four numbers on the back of your watch and you will have a PDF version of your instruction manual.
Hope this tip helps
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
If you haven't got instructions on how to do this, you can get
instructions from the Casio web site.
Go to the casio web site "casio.com".
Select "support" and the "manuals",
Select "watch manual archive"
Read the number of the back of your watch and enter it into the search box
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
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