Does anyone out there have the correct manual? I too need help resetting the time. Which button is "Mode" any help is appreciated. We like to have the accurate time year round. Not just during DST. Thanks

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4 Just bought this type of watch and have the basic operations. To set the time and date: A. Press and hold MODE (Upper left button) until HOURS digits flash (you'll be in Alarm Mode). Press MODE again to enter TIME mode. SECONDS digits will flash. B. Press ADJUST (bottom right button) to set SECONDS to zero. C. Press START/STOP (upper right button) to select MINUTES D. Press ADJUST to change. E. Repeat to set Hours, Date, Month, and Day of the week. Go through 12 hours to set AM or PM F. Press MODE when done. G. To display DATE from TIME display, press START/STOP H. With DATE displayed, press and hold START/STOP, then press ADJUST to change display between DATE-MONTH I. With TIME displayed, press and hold ADJUST, then press MODE to switch between 12 and 24 hour format.
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4 The instructions above are incorrect. You need to : 1. Hold the SET button down(top left) Wait for the seconds to flash. 2. Use the MODE button(bottom left) to toggle thru the hour , minute and date. 3. Once you are done hit SET again to save the changes.
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4 Timex WR5OM 1440 Change time: Press Set Button (top left) until the number at the top right is flashing 2)Then press Mode Button ( bottom left) , the hour will then flash, you then can change the hour by pressing the Start button (top right). 3)Press mode button again, then the minutes are flashing, change mins. by using the start button again. Continue to use the mode button to take you through the date,day of the week etc. change this like you did the time one entry at a time
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4 watch how 2: 1st screen has the day of the week at the top. below that is the day of the month, a little thing that says "date", and the sec. below that is the time. to change the time, hold down set til the sec. start blinking. click mode to get to what u want to change. it will go from sec., to hrs., to min., to month, to day of month, to day of week, to military or standard time. when you are done click set to save changes. to see the date, click start/stop while on first screen. click mode once to
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4 Progress to 2nd screen. this is ur stopwatch screen. when it is counting the little people blink and the days of the week run across the top. to start or stop the timer, press start/stop. to reset the timer, click set. press mode to progress to 3rd screen. this is your alarm. to set your alarm, hold down set until the hrs start blinking. click start/stop to progress in hrs. click mode to go from hrs to min, then to T1 or T2. this means timezone 1 or timezone 2.
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4 I have the manual. However, the instructions refer to the watch as W-212. I found this link to the same manual I received with my Timex 1440 Sports. http://www.manualslib.com/manual/170754/Timex-143-095004.html
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4 This is for multiple models of the 1440 Sports. Note: WR50M is not a model...it just means water resistant to 50 meters. The models are listed on the back plate. I hope this helps others who are frustrated with Timex not posting these on their website even though they are still widely sold!!! I found this manual. Timex 1440 Sports Watch.pdf
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4 Thank you 3ts, your instructions worked for me!
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4 your watch can keep track of 2 timezones at once, and ur alarm must know which one you are talking about. click set again to save your changes. 2 turn your alarm on and off, press start/stop until "alm" (your alarm) and or "ch" (hourly beeping) are showing. click mode to progress. this screen says "TR" at the top. this is a stopwatch that counts down. set it just like u set ur alarm. 2 start it, press start/stop. to stop it, press start/stop. when it beeps 2 let you know the time is up,
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4 press any button to make it be quiet. on 2 the next screen! this screen says T2 on the top. this is your 2nd timezone. setting this is a bit different. hold down set like usual, and change the hours. the hours count up by one, but the minutes count by 30. the T2 time can only be different from your T1 time by increments of 30min. make sense? click set to save changes. there! u now understand your watch... hopefully. if i explained it well enough. thank u! and goodnight. (im here all week) ;)
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4 Additional comment to the one above. Once you have the hour/minute/date flashing, you use the start/stop button to change the numbers. Once you have the numbers that you want then you hit the SET button to save the changes!
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4 Can anyone help with the different screens? Mine didn't come with a manual. I've got the first screen is the time and date. the second screen says "sp" with two little running figures at the top, what is this screen?
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4 okay i have figured out how to turn off the alarm, and to make it stop beeping every hour. WITHOUT clicking set, press start/stop until the "alm" and "ch" go away. ive worn this watch for a year and i love it
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4 as far as i know, u cannot turn off the button beeping. the first screen is ur time. the second screen is a stopwatch that counts up. the fourth is your alarm. the fifth is a stopwatch that counts down, and beeps at zero. setting this stopwatch is the same as setting your time. the sixth screen that says T2 is a different timezone. you can set ur watch to show two timezones at the same time. my question is: anyone know how to turn off the alarm?
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4 I found this manual. Timex watch 1440 Sports.pdf
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3 The third screen is the alarm. The fourth screen says "tr" at the top with 0:00 in the middle. I'm assuming this is the stopwatch function but can't manage to make it work. The fifth screen looks like another clock screen. Says T2 at the top. What's that? And how do you turn the beep off so it stops beeping every time I push a button????
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3 Setting the Timex 1440 Sports WR50M T5G891: This model (WR50M) has four buttons, from left to right, top to bottom: 1) Set; 2) Start/Stop; 3) Mode; and 4) Indiglo. To set or change the time: Press and hold Set and Start/Stop simultaneously; the seconds will start to blink Release both buttons Use Mode button to toggle through to Hours, Minutes, etc. When desired number (such as Hours/Minutes) starts to blink, use Start/Stop button to change number When done, hit Set
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3 Timex WRO5OM 1440 This is concerning the way the time displays if you want millitary time, Press Set Button(top left) till number at top right flashes, then press Mode Button (bottom left) and keep pushing this button till you reach the screen that shows HR 12 and change this to 24 by pressing the Start button (top right) then press Set button (top left) and you are finished.
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3 I found this manual. Timex I 440 Sports.pdf
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3 "CH" stands for "Chime". If you want your watch to "chime" on the hour, every hour, then you put your watch on this setting.
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3 Once in a while my watch beeps...why?
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2 how do you use the lap button and then go back to it
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2 How do you take it off chime? Somehow it put itself on that setting & I can't find my manual. This watch has a mind of it's own!
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2 On my 1440 Sports Watch at the alarm thing, next to it says a ch. Does anyone know what that is?
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0 Here you go. For various 1440 models, but works for them all.
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0 i still do not understand the t2 time
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0 still do not get the t2 time zone
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