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How on earth do you set the time on this damn thing?

Anyone? It is exasperating. I am not thick. I am a very experienced software engineer that can program in multiple languages and control machinery to uSec accuracy yet it is not obvious how you set the time on this pathetic product! Many thanks if you can help

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    How do I set the time of this silly thing

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If you have the same watch as me I figured it out. When you are on the timer, press and hold mode. That brings you to alarm set, then press mode again and that brings you to time set. Hope it helps

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Damn, I hate it when that happens! Your lucky, most people don't know how to spell PATHETIC. You can download the manual at this website: http://www.thatshealthy.com/Manuals/T54212.pdf Good Luck!

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