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Configuring Time And Date Settings Manually; Auto Hand Home Position Correction; Manual Home Position Correction - Casio 5040 Operation Manual

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Operation Guide 5040
Home City and DST
Use the procedure in this section to configure your Home
City (the place where you normally use the watch) and
daylight saving time settings.
• Use the Timekeeping Mode to configure Home City and
daylight saving time settings.
To set your Home City time
1. In the Timekeeping Mode, keep A depressed (for
about five seconds) as the second hand moves to the
last signal reception result ("Y" or "N"), then to "READY"
(or "R" for some models), and then to the city code of
the currently selected Home City.
• This indicates the city code setting mode.
Second hand
2. Use C to cycles through available settings in the
sequence shown below.
C
C
• Home City
Hour and
Year
• DST setting
minute
3. Use D to move the second hand clockwise to select the city code you want.
4. While the city code you want is selected, press B to toggle between STD
(standard time) and DST (daylight saving time).
• You will not be able to change the STD/DST setting while the watch's hands are
moving to the current time for a newly selected city code. Wait until the hands stop
moving.
Standard time
The hand points to STD (standard time).
The hand points to DST (daylight saving time). Daylight
Daylight saving time
saving time is one hour ahead of standard time.
• The watch will adjust the DST setting automatically when it receives a time
calibration signal while any one of the following city codes is selected as the
Home City.
LON, PAR, ATH, TYO, ANC, LAX, DEN, CHI, NYC
• The watch will not adjust the DST setting automatically while either of following
city codes is selected as the Home City. In this case, you will need to change
between standard time and daylight saving time manually.
HKG, HNL
• If you want to proceed with adjusting the current time and date setting, continue
from step 3 under "Configuring Time and Date Settings Manually". If you do go the
date and time adjustment procedure, note that you will not be able to return to this
Home City and daylight saving time setting procedure. To return to this procedure,
you will need to press A to exit the time and date setting procedure, and then
perform this procedure from step 1, above.
5. When everything is the way you want, press A.
• This will apply your settings and return to normal timekeeping. The second hand will
move to and start timekeeping from the appropriate seconds count in accordance
with the watch's internal timekeeping.

Configuring Time and Date Settings Manually

You can use the following procedures to adjust the time and date settings when the
watch is unable to receive a time calibration signal for some reason.
1. In the Timekeeping Mode, keep A depressed (for about five seconds) as the
second hand moves to the last signal reception result ("Y" or "N"), then to "READY"
(or "R" for some models), and then to the city code of the currently selected Home
City.
2. Use C to cycle through available settings in the sequence shown below.
C
C
• Home City
Hour and
Year
• DST setting
minute
3. Press C.
Second hand
• The second hand will move to 12 o'clock, and the left
dial hand will move to "0" ("60" for some models).
4. Use D (+) and B (–) to change the time setting in
one-minute increments.
• Check the bottom dial hand to make sure that it is
indicating the correct 24-hour setting.
5. Press C to advance to the year setting.
• The year setting consists of a tens digit and a units
digit setting.
Tens digit
Units digit
6. Use D (units digit) and B (tens digit) to change the
Second
0
hand
1
year setting.
• D: Increases the one's digit by 1.
2
• B: Increases the tens digit by 10.
7. Press C to advance to the month setting.
9
3
8
4
7
5
6
Left dial hand
00
90
10
80
20
70
30
40
60
50
C
C
Month
Day
C
C
C
Month
Day
C
8. Press D to move to the next month.
DEC
NOV
JAN
9. Press C to advance to the day setting.
10. Use D (+) and B (–) to change the day setting.
FEB
OCT
11. When everything is the way you want, press A.
• This will exit the setting procedure and reset the
SEP
MAR
seconds count to zero.
AUG
APR
• Press A to restart timekeeping on a time signal on the
TV or radio.
JUL
MAY
JUN
• The day of the week is calculated automatically.
Second hand

Auto Hand Home Position Correction

Strong magnetism or impact can cause the hands and/or day setting to be off, even if
the watch is able to perform the signal receive operation. Auto hand home position
correction corrects the hand position automatically.
• Auto correction is performed in the Timekeeping Mode only. However, auto
correction is never performed while a countdown timer operation is in progress.
• The auto correction operation corrects the positions of the second, minute, and hour
hands. Home position correction of the dial hands and day must be performed
manually, using the procedure under "Manual Home Position Correction".
• Each hour, the watch performs automatic correction of the hand positions from –55
minutes to +5 minutes.
• You also can trigger the auto hand home position correction operation manually, if
you want. See "To trigger the auto hand home position correction operation
manually" for more information.
• The auto hand home position correction operation can take up to three and a half
minutes to complete.
• If hand positions are off by one hour or more, correct them using the procedure
under "To trigger the auto hand home position correction operation manually" or

"Manual Home Position Correction".

To trigger the auto hand home position correction operation manually
• Perform the following procedure when the time setting is
off.
In the Timekeeping Mode, hold down D for about six
seconds until the second hand completes one full
revolution.
• Though the watch will beep and second hand will stop
momentarily about three seconds after you hold down
D, do not release the button yet. Wait until the second
hand completes a full revolution before you release D.
• To interrupt an ongoing correction operation and return
to the Timekeeping Mode, press D again.
• If you release D when the watch beeps and the second hand stops the first time
(after about three seconds) in the above operation, the watch will enter the manual
home position correction mode, which is described under "Manual Home Position
Correction". If this happens, press A to return to the Timekeeping Mode and then
perform the above operation again.
The manually triggered auto home position correction operation performs the following
two steps.
1. The hands will move automatically in order to determine the home positions of the
watch.
2. After the hand home positions are determined, the watch will return to normal
timekeeping automatically. This completes the correction operation.
Manual Home Position Correction
Strong magnetism or impact can cause the hands and/or day setting to be off, even if
the watch is able to perform the signal receive operation. If this happens, perform the
following home position correction procedure.
• Hand home position correction is not required if the time and day settings are
correct.
• You also can use auto hand home position correction to correct the home positions
of the second, minute, and hour hands.
1. In the Timekeeping Mode, hold down D for about three
seconds until the watch beeps and the second hand
stops. Release D at this time.
Second hand
• Each press of C cycles through available settings in the sequence shown below.
C
C Right dial hands
Hour and minute
Second
hands, bottom
(24-hour hour and
hand
dial hand
minute)
2. Check the second hand position.
• Home Position
Second hand: 12 o'clock
3. If the second hand home position is off, use D to move it clockwise to correct it.
4. Press C to change to hour and minute hand
Hour hand
Minute hand
correction.
• This will cause the hour and minute hands (24-hour
hands) to their home positions.
• Home Positions
Hour hand: 12 o'clock
Minute hand: 12 o'clock
24-hour hand: 24 o'clock
5. Use D (+) and B (–) to correct the hour and minute
hands.
• The bottom dial hand indicates the current hour on a
24-hour hand
24-hour dial. Its position is synchronized automatically
with the hour and minute hands.
C
C
Left dial hand
(day of the
Day
week)
C
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