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I have a Mingrui watch green and wr30mins I don't know how to set the time to twelve hour clock

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SOURCE: polar ce0537 watch screen goes

Have you had the battery tested? Try that, and we will go from there.Let me know, I can help you it just takes curtain steps to make sure we don't go through a bunch of things we don't have to in correcting this problem.

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SOURCE: how do I set watch as a 24 hour mode clock ?

With TIME displayed, press and hold ADJUST, then press MODE to switch between 12- and
24-hour format.

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SOURCE: Need instructions for setting up

What type of watch is this? Please give me more info. Brand and model. Thanks! Look forward to helping you!

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SOURCE: my timex indiglo Ironman triathlon

Actually all the hours are military time. They are the same for the first twelve hours of the day. If you go through the setting procedure it will ask you if you want "12" or "24" hour time. Select 12. "24" is military

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