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If the screen goes dark, tap the screen to wake up the watch.
Swipe down from the top of the screen and tap the "Settings" icon. If you don't see the icon immediately, swipe left.
Tap the system date and time to select the time setting.
https://www.leaf.tv/articles/how-to-set-the-date-for-a-timex-expedition-indiglo-watch/ ? ?Quoting from the link above: ? ?"The Timex Expedition Indiglo wristwatch tells the time and date, illuminates at the press of a button, and can wake you up at a designated time. Once you receive and adjust your watch to your liking, you might have questions about how to program the date properly. You’ll want to have an accurate watch before wearing and relying on it throughout your day in class, at work or while exercising. You can set the date on your watch with a few simple steps. Pull the plastic guard from beneath the crown knob (located on the right edge of the watch), and push the crown knob into the watch to start your watch. You will see the second hand begin to advance. Pull the crown knob out to the middle position to set the day. The crown knob has three positions: “In,” “Middle” and “Out.” Turn the crown knob clockwise to advance the days up, until the current day appears in the window on the right side of the watch face. Turn the knob counterclockwise to move the date down in number. Push the crown knob all the way in to start the watch. Pull the crown knob completely out, if the day doesn’t change with the knob in the middle position, and cycle the time backward or forward through 24-hour periods until you arrive at the current day. Push the knob in to start the watch. Pull the crown out to the middle position and adjust your date to the next month for months that have less than 30 days. Your watch will cycle through 31 days every month, so manual adjustments for shorter months are required."
On the Casio website, this model 6054 isn't recognised. With the module number (you'll find it in a small rectangle on the back of the watch case) you can download the manual for your watch here: Timepieces Watches Manuals CASIO
The time on these watches has to be first properly referenced to UTC. I do not have the instruction book for your watch or even have a clue to the model number since you did not put any model number. There are several dozen Eco Drive models in each of the Citizen and Casio, and other type watches that are solar powered.
I have several types of Sky Hawk watches in the Citizen, and similar ones in the Casio. Check your instruction manual about how to set the UTC time, and how to set the offset time for your location. Once properly set up your watch should stay on time. If you have the radio receiver in your watch for the auto time setting, once the watch is set up properly it will maintain proper time all the time.
SHAKE N WAKE: TO CHANGE TO MILITARY TIME
Hit Mode 3 times to set the time
Hit Reset/TimeSet twice to make hours flash
Now keep hitting StartStop/Adjust repeatedly. After you go through 12 hours of AM then 12 hours of PM it will start going through the hours in military time.
Some watches have a "reset" button or combination of buttons that must be pushed to clear all the electronic registries on the watch's little computer after you replace the battery. You might try taking off the watch back and seeing if your watch has this requirement. Even then, it's not always a perfect solution. Last week, I replaced the battery in a watch that had been dead for some time. The watch appeared to come alive again when I put the new battery in, but when I pushed the reset pin (on this movement, it was on the watch movement itself, next to the battery), the entire watch went dead. Nothing I did would wake it up. I removed the battery, waited 30 seconds, then re-inserted the battery. Problem solved; the watch powered up, and I was able to set the time and access all functions again.
On some digital watches from the 1980s, after replacing the batteries, you were supposed to push and hold all the external buttons for a few seconds to reset the watch. I don't think manufacturers still make watches that respond to this, but it is easier to try than taking off the back and re-installing the battery.