Model No. MC6XXX
Cal. No. D28A/D28B
• INSTRUCTION MANUAL
1. Explanation of Displays and Buttons
Although the display may vary according to the
model, the operating procedure is the same.
This watch is a digital watch equipped with numerous
funcions including time display, calendar, alarm,
stopwatch, timer 1, timer 2, and a chime.
In addition, it also has an EL (electroluminescence)
internal illumination function that enables the display to
be viewed in the dark.
3. Switching the mode
• Pressing button
switches mode in the manner
• The date is displayed for as long as button
pressed while the watch is showing the nornal time
4. Name and Functions of Buttons and Displays
5. Setting the Time and Calendar
1) Pressing and holding button
second while in the time and calendar display
causes the seconds digits to flash enabling the
seconds to be reset
2) Press button
• When the seconds displayed are from 30 seconds
to 59 seconds, pressing button
seconds digits to zero and advances the minutes
3) Each time button
portion of the display will change as shown
below. Press button
display you want to correct flashes.
4) Press button
• Pressing and holding button
flashing digits to advance rapidly.
5) After making the correction, press button
return the watch to the normal time diplay.
When using a 12-hour clock for displaying time,
make sure AM or PM is set correctly.
If the calendar is set to a date that does not exist
(such as February 30), the date will automatically
be corrected to the first day of the following
month as the watch is returned to the normal time
The calendar does not have to be corrected on
the last day of the month.The watch performs this
automatically. The watch does use February 29
returns the watch to the normal time display.
If a button is not pressed for 1 minute while in the
setting state, the watch will automatically return to
the normal time display.
in for at least 1
to reset the seconds.
is pressed, the flashing
until the digits of the
to correct the flashing digits of
in will cause the
while in the setting state,