Many thanks, Raymond. I'm not sure about your directions here. On the
watch, the four buttons are one at each corner. top right is the time
announce that stands proud, opposite at top left is the indented one that
cycles through the alarm sounds. Is it that one that you are saying is
behind the time button? I haven't got the watch with me right now, but do
you mean that I should press and hold it for a few seconds and that turns
the alarm off. The other two indented buttons both beep when pressed. Is
the one you refer to as next to the time button the bottom right one?
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Press the button that is right behind the time announce, till you hear alarm
off. Or so I believe. Now, press the button next to the alarm button. It
will beep once, I believe. Now, use the alarm button, and the one that
remains, not the time announce, to set hours and minutes respectively. I
hope it works the way I think it does.
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On 5 Jan 2016, at 6:45 pm, Barry Hill (Redacted sender "barry.hill3" forDMARC) <dmarc-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I have a friend with a talking watch that is, frankly, just nuts. It has
four buttons, two on each side, and three of them are indented. The only
two buttons that speak are the one that isn't indented that tells the time
and one that is indented that just cycles between the three alarm sounds.
If anyone is familiar with this watch and has instructions, we'd very much
appreciate a copy.
Alternatively, if anyone can tell me how to achieve the following, I'd
appreciate it:** To leave the list, click on the immediately-following link:-
1. Turn off the alarm.
2. Change the time
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