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Adjusting Hand And Day Indicator Alignment; Moving To Another Time Zone - Casio Oceanus OCW-G1000 Operation Manual

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Adjusting Hand and
Day Indicator
Alignment
Strong magnetism or impact can cause the
time indicated by the hands and the day
indicator to go out of alignment. If this
happens, adjust hand and day indicator
alignment.
The watch performs alignment of the hour
hand, minute hand, second hand, and 24-
hour hand automatically.
Adjusting Hand and Day
Indicator Alignment
1.
Pull out the crown to the second click.
2.
Hold down (B) for about five seconds, until
the second hand moves to 12 o'clock.
This will start auto alignment of the hour
hand, minute hand, second hand, and 24-
hour hand.
After auto alignment is complete, the
hands should be in the positions shown
below.
Hour hand
Minute hand
Second
hand
24-hour
hand
If the 24-hour hand is off by 12 hours,
hold down (A) for about two seconds.
The 24-hour hand will move to 12
o'clock.
3.
Press (C).
Confirm that the small hour hand and
small minute hand are stopped at 12
o'clock.
Small Minute
Hand
Small Hour
Hand
4.
If the small hour hand and small minute
hand are not at 12 o'clock, rotate the
crown to align them correctly.
Operation Guide 5412
5.
Press (C).
Confirm that the mode hand is stopped at
12 o'clock.
6.
If the mode hand is not at 12 o'clock, rotate
the crown to align it correctly.
7.
Press (C).
Confirm that the day indicator shows 1.
8.
If 1 is not shown for the day, rotate the
crown until 1 is shown for the day.
9.
Push the crown back in.
Note
Leaving the crown pulled out for
more than approximately 30 minutes
without performing any operation
will automatically cause the
Crown
adjustment operation to become
disabled. If this happens, push the
crown back in to its normal position
and then pull it out again to restart
the procedure from the beginning.
Pushing the crown in to its normal
position part way through the
alignment procedure will cause the
hands to return to their normal
position. Any alignment you
performed up to that point will be
applied.
Mode hand
Day
Moving To Another
Time Zone
Use the procedure below to easily change day
and time settings of the watch to a destination
location.
Any time you perform a GPS signal receive
operation, the watch may try to acquire leap
second information. A leap second
information receive operation can take as
long as 13 minutes. Make sure the watch is
sufficiently charged before performing a
GPS signal receive operation after you
arrive at your destination.
Prior to Takeoff
1.
Enter the watch's Airplane Mode when
instructed to do so by airline personnel.
Airplane mark
After Arriving
1.
Exit the Airplane Mode.
2.
Perform a GPS signal position acquisition
operation, which will adjust the watch's
time setting to your current location.
Using the Watch on an Aircraft
l
Acquiring GPS Position Information
l
Manually
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