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Where can i get a replacement battery for a Ohsen wr30m Watch?


In order to help people set the ohsen sport watches easlier in the right way, our company (www.360sportwatches.com) write the ohsen watch manual instruction in English for all the ohsen watch users, hope this page is useful for you to set your ohsen watch, this ohsen watch manual operation is suitable for almost all the Ohsen digital electornic watch, also it is suitable for the ohsen analogue quartz digital electronic sport watches, for details ohsen watches models, please have a look at the following content!



Ohsen watch manuales instruction description:

A Key = Light

B Key = Mode

C Key = Start

D Key = Reset



In normal time to show, press the button to enter B mode, click Settings when choosing D Key respectively, minutes and seconds, C key to adjust.

Hours, minutes, seconds, month, day, week;

12/24 hour clock selection



* Daily Alarm Clock

Daily alarm only " Hours" and " Minutes" to choose

The whole point timekeeping



* Running Seconds

From 0.04 seconds start running time;

The Longest 23 hours 59 minutes 59 seconds



* EL black light

Any mode, press the A light EL backlight for 3 seconds



* Use 3V batteries



Running Second Mode:

Press B button click into the race second mode, press the C key to start timing, the timing of the state, press the D key to pause time;

At the time of state, then C key, stop the clock, press the D key to this state would be zero time.

Press B button to return to normal time mode;



Alarm setting mode:

Regular time mode, press the B button 2 times into the alarm set;

Press C key to the "alarm" whole point of time" to set " open" and "off";

Press D key to adjust the hours, minutes;

Press C button to adjust the number of selected;

Press B tutton to return to normal time statues.

At the same time in any state, this button will issue a Bi Bi sound;



Time, date setting mode:

In normal working mode, press the B button 3 times to see the second in the flashing, then press the C key, " seconds" will be zero;

Press D key to select each "Hour" " Minute" " Day" " Week" set;

Press C key, you can adjust the number;

Press B button to return to normal time status;



12/24 hours;

Under normal travel time; Press B button 3 times to enter time setting mode, then second in the flashing, second place in the transferred into " H" when the table show has been converted to 24 hours system; when the position becomes"O" on the afternoon of adjustments; seconds into "R" for morning; "P" for PM.

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How to set the indian standard time in this watch


You can get instructions from the Citizen web site.

Go to "citizen.com" and on the upper right there is a menu. Click on "technical
support" and then on "setting instructions"

Fill in the information required from the back of your watch and then click on
"get setting instructions"

If you cannot find the caliber number for your watch, enter the example number (E810) and you will find instructions for settiing th local time.

Dec 06, 2010 | Citizen Eco-Drive JR3080-51L Wrist Watch

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I have a Kenko KK-613D LCD clock which came inside a bathroom cabinet, but no instructions, can you help please.


BP Digital Clock Instructions (translated from French)


Manual:


1. To set alarm in normal mode press M twice.

Press S and D to set then press M to exit.


2. ADJUSTING the Time and Date:

Press M three times to go to setup mode

Press S to go on setting the minutes and press D for adjustment

Press S again to adjust schedules and press D to set

Press S again to adjust the date and press D to set

Press S again to adjust the month and press D to set

Press S again to adjust the week and press D to set


Then press M to return to normal. The previous settings are automatically saved.


Press D to display the date.

Oct 29, 2010 | Watches

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Setting analogue time on a Crane & Viceroy Radio controlled watch


I haven't been able to locate your watch but since watches tend to be similar in operation, I suggest that you look at the instructions for my watch and try a similar settings.

Go to "http://ftp.casio.co.jp/pub/world_manual/wat/en/qw2735.pdf" and instructions for a Casio watch will appear. Go to page 4 and read instructions under "to adjust analogue time".

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A friend has a talking watch & has lost


Unfortunately there are no available instruction downloads for Marcel Drucker talking watches. Use this link to get in touch with them and request instruction manual: http://www.marcelwatch.com/category_s/23.htm Rate me, plz.

Feb 26, 2010 | Watches

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Watch setting instructions SEIKO 7N43 8A39 "A1"


If you are still wondering about this, pull the knob out to the first click. turn one way to set day, turn the other way to set date. Pull out further to set time.

Aug 05, 2009 | Seiko SGF204 Wrist Watch

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Instructions


i have a CL-5073

to set time:

HOLD "Set" for 3 seconds
then use "Mode" to browse through option
When you get the time setting hit "St/Sp" to set the time
When you're done press "Set"

hope this helps

May 03, 2008 | Columbia All Sport Digital watch

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Operating instructions for BL5184-56L


Try this link and pay special attention on how to find your particular watch movement.
http://www.citizenwatch.com/COA/English/settings.asp

Dec 29, 2007 | Citizen Eco-Drive BL5184-56L Wrist Watch

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