On this Sunday, I noticed that my watch had misrepresented the day of the week and month, due to the deviation of February 28.
Normally, I’d set the day of the month like a cattle 24 hours a day.
I’m throwing, 3 days if I have to go 3×24’u accounts with my fingers, that rate I would turn the arm arming.
If the deviation is high, I have also received support from the partner, friend and calculator to complete the mathematical operation.
Setting the day of the week was another matter. I had not experienced this problem until today and it was imperative that I get support…
First job I applied to Google. When my calls went unanswered, I called my next of kin and the pawnbroker Hilmi Agbi. Finally, I did not break the tradition and looked at the manual of the clock, displaying a typical Turkish behavior.
Set the date, month, and day of the week in Casio hours
What Have I learned from the manual?
Turns out we’ve been ticking clocks like cattle and exhausting ourselves. Not to mention the licking of the arming arm.…
My watch is the MTP-E136L-7AVDF model, but Casio uses the same mechanics on many watches. I’m sure the following tip will help you as well.
We’re pulling a very slight click on the arming lever. This click is preceded by the binge that we set normal time for.
When the arming lever is on this plug, we adjust the date by turning the pin in the reverse direction.
We can adjust the day of the week by turning it forward.
It’s simple, but I wasn’t aware of this mechanism.
I can now adjust my clock without unduly exhausting myself, without throwing out the 24-hour cycle. Thank you User Manual, thank you Poor Fellow Casio!