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To set your watch:
1. Press the top left button while the screen shows the time. The seconds should begin to flash on the screen.
2. Press the bottom left button to switch between seconds, minutes, etc.
3. To increase a number press the bottom right button
4. Press the top left button to stop changing/confirm the time you have set.
This is the general way to set most watches
Had the same problem when my niece was playing with my watch and switched time zones and I couldn't find the paperwork to switch it back. After not finding the solution online I played around with the watch and figured it out. Just hold down the start split button till it switch zones. It will beep when the switch completes.
HERE IS STEPS FOR SETTING OF YOUR WATCH... STEP3 EXPLAINS THE SETTING OF DAY,DATE.....
Push in the lower right button until you see the seconds flash. Press the upper right button to run the seconds display down to zero. Push the bottom left button to get into the mode to set the hours. Press the top right button to scroll through the numbers. Watch that you choose a.m. or p.m. correctly.
Press the bottom left button to get into the mode to set the minutes. Again, push the top right button to scroll through the numbers until you reach the correct time.
Repeat the process from Step 2 four times to set the month, date and day of the week and to change to military time if you wish. Push the bottom right button to save your settings. You'll notice the colon between the numbers will start to flash.
Over time the circuitry in a watch can become worn and corroded. This corrosion is usually barely noticeable. More often, you won't be able to see much damage at all. Nonetheless, the circuit is worn and is giving too much resistance to the battery. This is cause the battery to pump too much voltage into the circuit just to run the watch. This is draining your watch very quickly. This is more common as the watch gets older.
By the buttons there should be words like "adjust" or "mode", try pressing one of these dowan and holding for 4-5 seconds (no less) because sometimes it takes longer for the setting process to start. Once you get it to stat blinking press another button, one should be for moving the mode from seconds to minutes and another should be for the actuaul setting of the watch. When you find all that out , and set your watch just push the button you started with (the one that made it blink) and you should be good to go. PLEASE, if you still have problems, let me know. I will be glad to go over it with you on-line.Good Luck!!