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How do you change the time from 24 to 12 on iPhone


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Go in to settings then time and date the 12/24hr setting should be there otherwise try display settings
I hope this helps Nick

Jun 05, 2018 | Cell Phones

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When buying new battrey


When buying a new laptop or a second laptop battery, pay attention to the power specs. Generally speaking, you need to know how many cells the battery has. The more cells, the longer the battery can last on a charge. For example, a 12-cell battery is designed to last much longer than a six-cell battery. Alternatively, the specs might list Watt-Hour rating, or WHr. The higher the number, the longer your battery should last. Some computer makers, such as Apple, describe laptop batteries in terms of WHr, while others use cells.

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I want to take my stuff off of ebay I have listed cuz they r sold


To end a listing early and cancel all bids or sell to the high bidder:
  1. Go to My eBay > Selling and find the item.
  2. From the More actions drop-down menu, select End My Listing Early.
  3. If there are bids on your item, choose how you want to end your listing.
    • If there are 12 or more hours before the end of the listing, select Cancel bids and end listing early or Sell item to high bidder.
    • If there are fewer than 12 hours before the end of the listing, your only option is Sell item to high bidder. Note: If your item has no bids, you can skip this step
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Record a programme a day ahead?


What make and model are you using? Do you have the user's manual? Most DVRs have an electronic program Guide where you find the program on the day you want and you simply select it for recording. The little iView 3600STB II I have for over-the-air TV recording can only list one station at a time and at most only about 12 hours ahead of time. So when I want to record something on the next day I can't do it unless I do within that 12 hour time frame. (NOTE: The instructions in the user's manual says that the box EPG will show one week's worth of programming, and as I've just said I've never seen it list more than 12 hours worth of programming and most times less than that.)

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I need a cooler bag that can last for 10 hours. Where can I get one?


You should get a fridge-to-go tote bag($62 from www.fridge-to-go.com.sg) since it can last 10-12 hours.

May 09, 2013 | Home

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If i work about 10 hours a day how long will Dr. Scholl's Work insoles last for?


I would say at least for 4-6 months. I wear them for about 12 hours/day and thats how long they generally last for me.

Apr 25, 2013 | Health & Beauty

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My Casio module #2735 is 12 hours off. when I set it, it is off 12 hours when it reached the 12: o'clock hour.


If your watch it 12 hours out, then it must be set to the wrong city.

If you press the mode button you will come to a setting which is list of city abbreviations, press the 4O'clock button to step through the list until you come to the one on your longitude.

If you can't recognise the correct one look at your instructions (near the end) for a list.

If you haven't got any instructions, you can get them from the Casio web site.

Go to the casio web site "casio.com".

Select "support" and the "manuals",
watches;

Accept terms

Select "watch manual archive"

Read the number of the back of your watch and enter it into the search box

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Ultronic clock, humidity & temperature. How does one read the "Temperature Trend" scal on the lower left of the screen. There are three scales shown and the indicators on the scale keeps...


This clock keeps track of the temperatures for each of the last 12 hours. So on the bottom, you'll see the temp at 12 hours ago (-12), 6 hours ago (-6), etc. On the left side, you'll see the temperature in Farenheit go from +5.4 to -5.4 from where it is currently. So if the temperature is 70F degrees right now, and it was 65F degrees 12 hours ago, then it'll show -5 in the first -12 column. It will always be at 0 for the current hour on the right. The scale on the right is in Celcius so it does the exact same thing as Farenheit.

Mar 01, 2011 | Watches

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Battery


yes buy new battery they usally make 2 differt ones low capsity hi ones that last 2 hours and oothers last 6 hours more cells 12 cell over a 8 cell one ok buy the better one

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