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I have the model FMDCO056 from walmart and the military time will not change to normal time. the directions are confusing. any help?

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SOURCE: time is on military time. want to switch to

If you have the manual then it should explain how to change from "24" to "12" display.

If you haven't got the manual then some experimenting my find the solution to your problem. One of the buttons should cycle through the settings menu and in there should be an option to set the display.


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SOURCE: TGHK hourly chime, and military time

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