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How do you adjust the LCD contrast after you change the battery?

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How to set your Global Atomic G-Force digital watch


This watch says "Strong Ideas" on the back instead of a 4 digit number.

Press LIGHT briefly and your LCD will be back lit for 5 seconds.

Press MODE to cycle through normal, alarm, dual time, and stopwatch display mode.

Hold MODE for 3 seconds to enable the radio to receive time signals. Once RC is activated, the watch will search for time signal automatically every day.
Hold LIGHT for 8 seconds to disable the RC function.
Press MODE, SET, and ADJUST simultaneously to reset the watch.

Press ADJUST while in normal mode to toggle year/time display.
Press SET while in year display to alternate Month-Day or Day-Month.

Hold SET for 2 seconds while in normal mode to cycle through world atomic radios (US/GB/DE/JP) push ADJUST to change, and SET to continue. Next the language will flash (GB/FR/DE/ES/IT). Next is DST on/off. Next, in order are hour, minute, second, year, month, day, and 12/24 Hr format.
(US only) Press SET to display timezone. The default is PA, use the ADJUST button to cycle through MO, CE, or EA as desired.

Press SET while in alarm mode to toggle alarm on/off.
Hold SET for 2 seconds while in alarm mode to change the hour and minute with the ADJUST button.

Press SET for 2 seconds while in dual time mode and ADJUST +/- 23 hours from normal time.

Press MODE to exit most settings.

Press ADJUST in stopwatch mode to start/stop the timer accumulatively.
Press SET to reset stopwatch to zero, or split measurements if timer is running.

Change the battery with a new CR2025 to prevent damage that low or dead batteries can cause by leaking.
Do not use solvents to clean the watch, use only a dry or water moistened cloth.
Do not use buttons when the watch is wet. Water may penetrate the watch and cause damage to it.

on Dec 31, 2011 | Watches

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Can you adjust brightness contrast/contrast on the digital display of a Casio Edifice model No.5299


how to adjust the analog time on casio edifice module no 5299
please let me know on my personal id deadlymoin@yahoo.com

Sep 03, 2013 | Casio Watches

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I received my suunto t3d black watch yesterday and accidentally set the contrast too high and it saved. I've tried everything but can't seem to find the setting to fix it. I've even removed the...


To reset contrast on the sunnuto t3d hold down all 4 corner buttons at once, this will place the watch in sleep mode. Wait a few seconds and press any button to wake the watch back up. This will allow you to run through the inital set up just like when you got your watch, alot of your info will be saved so you can just quickly confirm them with the mode button. I also set my contrast too high, I have reset it to 3 and found it much easier to read in all lighting.

Aug 13, 2011 | Watches

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How do I replace the watch battery for Casio DW-6900?


mcdevito75 here, Casio uses an LCD crystal, Liquid Display Crystal, during a battery change any, any un do pressure remopveing or replaceing the battery could destroy the LCD. Take my advise, with a casio watch, look for a small watch repair shop in your area for the battery change. I"ve ruined many of my casio watches during battery change.

Aug 27, 2010 | Watches

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Ehoward watch is 10 minutes off. how do I adjust


mcdevito75 here Chances are the button you push to change the hour you also adjust the minutes with, after you adjust the hour, press the same button again to set the minutes, MAYBE!!.

Jun 21, 2010 | Watches

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Armitron Watches


From the time telling mode press the set button the seconds will flash.

Press the mode button the hours will flash

Press the adjust button to change the hours

Press the mode button the minutes will flash

Press the adjust button to change the minutes

Press the mode button the month will flash

Press the adjust button to change the month

Press the mode button the date flashes

Press the adjust button to change the date

Press the mode button the day flashes

Press the adjust button to change the day

Press the set button when done.

Mar 11, 2008 | Watches

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Changing the time on an LCD Digital Watch


Press mode continuously for about 2-3 seconds then release
Press mode again so that the seconds are flashing
Press ADJ + ST/STP at the same time
Adjust what you need to adjust and move between minutes and seconds by repeating the ADJ + ST/STP
Good luck!
Malcolm S

Feb 29, 2008 | Watches

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Casio g-shock 2900


Hi there

There is no contrast adjustment...

Batteries low can affect the contrast. Try replacing the batt first. Is it all black? If so, the LCD is damaged.

Feb 14, 2008 | Casio G-Shock GW300CA-1V Wrist Watch

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