Press and hold the Mode button - upper left. At first, it will display the stopwatch function. Keep holding until it goes to flashing alarm set mode. Once it starts flashing, release the button and then immediately press it again and release it (do not hold it the second time). Now you are in time set mode. You can change the time, starting with the seconds, by pressing Adjust - upper right. You can move to minutes, hours, day, and date by pressing Alarm - lower right. Pressing Mode again will exit the set function.
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Christopher, Neither of these is a battery number. Open the watch and remove the battery. (Gently.) Copy the number(s) on the battery, using a magnifying lens if necessary.
Log onto eBay and search for "[the number] battery". Example: AG10 battery. I've never found one yet that was not available. And they are quite inexpensive--I usually buy more than one.
If you don't want to remove the back of the watch yourself, take it to a jewellers shop and ask them to help. They will remove the back, replace the battery and they should give you the number of the battery so you know for next time.
mcdevito75 Here, Your in a spot, Looseing the old battery to your Mens Relic watch, you can look for a small watch repair shop in your area, they may have an idea of the battery number, but will most likely tell you they need the watch to know for sure. You can also try battery 364 or 371 but even I can"t be certain. You can also try online at Contact Relic Watches.com Reic should have a website. You may be left with only 1 choice, have the watch repair shop replace this battery for you, you"d have to buy and try a couple of different batteries and each battery in the store runs about $5.00 each, at the watch shop let the Jeweler figure out the battery number for your watch for 1 price. I think this is your cheapest and best option.
This particular watch has no light. The two additional buttons are for the chronograph (timer) function. The top is the stop/start button, and the bottom is the reset button. Source: I own this model of watch and have the book on it as well.
I had to go to the Sears counter to fix mine. The sales person had to use TWEEZERS to pull the serrated knob up. He had to really work at it. Once it is pulled up you can twist the knob to set the time and then push the knob back down. What a stupid design.
Hold down the reset button until the hour digit starts to flash then to change the hour press the start/stop button then to change the minute press the mode button and keep pressing start/stop button until you get to your desired minute and just continue those steps through the date.