Question about Watches
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I'm not familiar with the George watch but analog (non-digital) watches typically have a stem with which you set the time and the day. On most watches the stem has two clicks when you pull it out (gently). The first clich should set the day by rotating the stem counter-clockwise while the second click sets the time. On wind-up watches this stem also winds the watch when not pulled out.
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Dec 01, 2012 | Watches
SETTING THE TIME AND DATE ON
AN OLD 4 BUTTON DIGITAL WATCH
SETTING THE TIME.
Press [L2] to move through
the modes. When the time display flashes, you are in the correct mode to set
the time. The hours first, then the
minutes and seconds.
Press [R1] to advance the
numbers, [R2] to go to the next.
Press [L2] to save your
settings. [L1] is not used; it's the light.
SETTING THE DATE AND DAY. After setting the time (seconds flashing) push [R2] to move though time, backwards, to date, [R1] to set day, [R2] to move to month [R1] to set the month. Push [R2] to get to the day of the week, then [R1] to change. [L2] to end.
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