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MA0310-EA
Display Illumination
Pressing the B button in any mode (except when a setting screen
is on the display) illuminates the digital display for about 1.5
seconds for easy reading in the dark.
Important!
• The light may be difficult to see if you turn it on under bright
sunlight.
• The light is shut off automatically if the alarm starts to sound while
it is on.
• You may notice a slight sound from the watch while the display is
illuminated. This is the sound of EL panel vibration, and does not
indicate malfunction.
Modes and Display Screens
Each press of the C button sounds a confirmation tone and cycles through available modes in the sequence shown below.
Timekeeping Mod
(Light)
Button
Button
Button
Button
(Mode switching)
Switching Between Digital Display Screens
Each press of the A button cycles the digital display in
the sequence shown below.
Calendar Screen
Timekeeping Screen
Month -
Hour :
day
Minutes
Day of
Seconds
the Week
PM indicator (no display for AM)
Month - Day Seconds Screen
Month - Day
Seconds
Days of the Week
SUN : Sunday
MON : Monday
TUE : Tuesday
WED : Wednesday THU : Thursday FRI : Friday
SAT : Saturday
Operation Guide 2736
World Time Mode
City Code
World Time
Hand Setting Mode
Current time
Mode Indicator
• The watch will automatically revert to the Timekeeping Mode if you leave it in the Alarm Mode, Date Alarm Mode, or Hand Setting Mode
without performing any operation for about two or three minutes.
Alarm Mode
Alarm Type
Alarm Time
Stopwatch Mode
Time
Date Alert Mode
Month - Day
Date Alert Number
Time Stamp Mode
Current time
Standby Screen
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  • Page 1 Operation Guide 2736 MA0310-EA Display Illumination Pressing the B button in any mode (except when a setting screen is on the display) illuminates the digital display for about 1.5 seconds for easy reading in the dark. Important! • The light may be difficult to see if you turn it on under bright sunlight.
  • Page 2 Operation Guide 2736 Reception Range How a Radio-controlled Watch Works This watch is designed to receive the standard time calibration signal of Japan (JJY) or of the United States (WWVB). The signal that is received depends on the current Home City setting.
  • Page 3: Troubleshooting

    Operation Guide 2736 Turning Auto Reception on and off To view the last reception date and time To specify the Transmitter Mode Press the D D button to When TYO (Tokyo) is selected as the Home City, you can select...
  • Page 4: Alarm Mode

    Operation Guide 2736 Minute To set an alarm Alarm Mode Press the C C button to (Back) move the flashing to the minute digits. In the Alarm Mode, use D button to scroll the D Using the Alarms To view an alarm time...
  • Page 5 Operation Guide 2736 (Back) Date Alert Mode Use the D D (+) and B B (–) buttons to change the month setting. The Date Alert Mode lets you configure up to five date alerts that cause the display to flash on the specified date. It is good way to keep •...
  • Page 6 Operation Guide 2736 Using Summer Time (DST) City Code List World Time Mode Summer time, or Daylight Saving Time (DST) as is it is called in City City some countries, calls for setting clocks ahead one hour during the City Name...
  • Page 7 Operation Guide 2736 Setting the Time and Date Manually Press the D D button to Press the A A button to select the summer time select the 12/24-hour setting you want. timekeeping format setting. You can use the following procedure to set the current time and date of the Home City that you have selected in the Timekeeping Mode.

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