Can someone please explain these things

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    Can someone please explain these things

    Hey everyone yesterday I menchened that I got a new Casio 3095 G7700, Anyway I did'nt get any instruction with it and when I was adjusting the time I notice two things, One what does CNT stand for and two sync does that mean I can sync the watch to where I live or does that mean something else and if I can sync my watch how do I do it. Sorry that I don't have a pic because I don't own a camera and I have no idea on how to post pics from other sites.:thanks:thanks:thanks

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    Re: Can someone please explain these things

    Quote Originally Posted by kc1001 View Post
    Hey everyone yesterday I menchened that I got a new Casio 3095 G7700, Anyway I did'nt get any instruction with it and when I was adjusting the time I notice two things, One what does CNT stand for and two sync does that mean I can sync the watch to where I live or does that mean something else and if I can sync my watch how do I do it. Sorry that I don't have a pic because I don't own a camera and I have no idea on how to post pics from other sites.:thanks:thanks:thanks
    Here's a link to the manual for your watch: http://ftp.casio.co.jp/pub/world_man.../en/qw3095.pdf

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    Re: Can someone please explain these things

    Dude, I posted a link to the manual for you on your other thread.

    Anyway CNT is the contrast adjustment, the "sync" is to do with whether you want the LEDs to flash or not (for alarms, signals, countdown timer etc.)

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