I acquired a Joe Boxer wrist watch without any instructions. It has four buttons, one for the light, one for mode, one for ST/STP, and one for LAP?RST. This watch doesn't seem to want to hold the time I have selected.
I too have the same problem and have decided that the best solution is just to go to Kmart, the outlet for all Joe Boxer products; and tell the lady at the jewelry counter that you cannot find a manual for your Joe Boxer watch. She likely will be happy to let you see a manual and may even have a spare or can at least help you get one. If she is as friendly as the ladies at our local, she may even copy one for you, if a copier is available. You could also bring a digital camera with you that is of fairly good quality and take pictures of the manual.
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My watch has model number 504-tsk085, labeled Timex 1440 Sports, and Timex provides the incorrect manual for it online. I wrote these instructions after careful experiment:
Upper left button: press to switch to a stopwatch, or...
Press and hold to enter alarm setting mode. Once flashing press again to enter time/date setting mode.
-- you can only do one or the other without exiting the setting
mode (time or alarm set).
- within the setting mode you use the two right side buttons
in obvious ways to set times/dates
Exit setting mode by pressing upper left again
Lower left button: light
Upper right button (when not setting time): reveal date while pressed
Lower right button (when not setting time): reveal alarm time while pressed.
ALSO: WHILE lower right button is pressed you can change alarm
on/off and chime on/off through the four possible settings by
secondarily pressing the upper right button repeatedly.
Diplodocs - CASIO: 1506 references - Your user manual immediately available! Your CASIO has four push button and one for winding button. the first button has mark of LIGHT , the below button is MODE ,,upper right START/STOP,,, lower is LAP/RESET. the center button is what they called it a CROWN to set crown is just pull it and you can set the hour and minute. the LIGHT button is the set button also, just press it for 15 seconds if dial flashes, then go to MODE button and choose what going to set, the START/STOP -- LAP/RESET is the scroll button you going up and down the number or on /off ,some model of Casio Edifice, the set is in the MODE button just press it long and if flashes it ok. and follow procedure what i said before. setting cannot damage the watch. Feel free to ask question regarding your to watch so i can assist..
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I found a solution on how to set the time digitally. what I did was got an old watch of mines that had the four push buttons two on each side and read what the four sides said on the old watch because my new watch didn't have any writing on either four sides. So basically the writing was similiar to how to work my new watch. The left button to the bottom was for the MODE, the upper left button was for the LIGHT, the upper right button was for START, and the lower right button was for RESET. I just worked with these buttons now that I had an idea and was able to set my digital part of the watch with a little effort. I hope that this may help someone who is having the similiar problem that I had.