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Anonymous Posted on May 11, 2007

Adjusting date, time, anything...

I really had my hopes up when I saw the picture - which is my watch - and the supposed link that led to the instruction manual. However, the manual that is linked isn't for my watch. Same picture - looks like the same watch...butthe manual shows a watch with six buttons, not four. I thought I could ignore the two middle ones. But this didn't work at all. Everytime I hold down adjust, my watch just says 16:00. It won't start flashing. Very frustrating.

  • tigerfan4 Jul 15, 2008

    I can't set my watch. Wrong manual with watch and link on internet still shows wrong watch instructions also.

  • Anonymous Oct 19, 2021

    What link on internet?

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