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    Feb 9, 2009, 08:11 AM
    Directions to set time on Seiko World Time Touch Sensor clock.
    I need directions to set the time on Seiko World Time Touch Sensor clock.
    RefONS901G. Cal YJ20. The clock has a B C buttons to set time.
    Thanks, Tom
    Disregard! I figured it out. Thanks, Tom
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    Jul 29, 2009, 08:30 AM

    Directions for setting the day date and time on the Seiko World Time Touch Sensor
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    Aug 16, 2009, 10:08 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by webbxx View Post
    Directions for setting the day date and time on the Seiko World Time Touch Sensor
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    Aug 17, 2009, 06:21 AM

    I too want to know how to set this clock. Pushing the buttons doesn't seem to work.
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    Oct 21, 2009, 09:48 PM
    1. Press and hold all three buttons for two seconds to reset the clock after changing batteries or things are messed up.
    2. Press the time zone on the front that you want to set the time to. Use standard time to start.
    3. Press the A button to page through seconds - minutes - hours - day- month - year - 12/24 mode.
    4. B button on most advances the units by one; holding on seconds it holds it at zero for hacking.
    5. Day of week is correct if day - month -year is correct.
    6. C returns clock to run mode after setting.
    7. Press zone to see time in that zone, then press DST is in effect.

    Don't worry much about the button labels. Secret is to look at the front of the clock while reaching behind it to push the buttons. That way you can see what's happening and will get the hang of it.
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    Sep 21, 2010, 07:38 AM

    When In press A button, the day flashes. It doesn't change. I have the time and zone correct but the day and date is wrong. Any suggestions? This World Time Touch Sensor Ref# is QNS901G. It still has the A B C buttons on the back. I appreciate any imput. Thank you in advance!
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    Mar 14, 2011, 01:28 PM
    On mine (QNS901G):
    1. Press all 3 for 2 seconds to reset
    2. Button A goes into set mode
    3. Button B advances units (seconde, minutes, etc.)
    4. Button C increments values
    5. Button A to go back to display mode
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    Jul 6, 2011, 06:41 PM
    Directions for setting the SEIKO World Time Touch Sensor
    Ref. QNS901Gm Cal. YJ20

    1. Press all 3 buttons by the batteries for 2 seconds to reset
    2. Select correct time zone by touch on front map display
    3. If it applies, choose DST by touching the lower left front square with sun on front. If it is toggled on, a black sun shows up in display above the day of the week.
    4. Button A goes into set mode
    5. Button B advances to the values displayed in this order: seconds – minutes – hour – day – month – year - 12/24 hour display. (The day of the week will be correct if the date is set correctly.)
    6. Button C changes values one increment at a time each time it is pressed
    7. Button A takes it back to display mode

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