Casio Men's Atomic Solar G-Shock Resin Watch GW330A-9V Daylight Savings Time

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    Casio Men's Atomic Solar G-Shock Resin Watch GW330A-9V Daylight Savings Time

    I have Googled this and looked at the Casio manual, but I still have a question. I think I have the GW330A-9V to automatically switch to DST, but it was probably not in a location to receive the signal earlier this morning. I have switched from CHI time to NYC time for today. If I put this in the window tonight, and it receives a time sync signal tomorrow morning, will it switch to DST tomorrow morning?

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    Re: Casio Men's Atomic Solar G-Shock Resin Watch GW330A-9V Daylight Savings Time

    Yes, it will switch to DST for NYC - still incorrect for your CHI time zone.
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    Re: Casio Men's Atomic Solar G-Shock Resin Watch GW330A-9V Daylight Savings Time

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim1348 View Post
    I have Googled this and looked at the Casio manual, but I still have a question. I think I have the GW330A-9V to automatically switch to DST, but it was probably not in a location to receive the signal earlier this morning. I have switched from CHI time to NYC time for today. If I put this in the window tonight, and it receives a time sync signal tomorrow morning, will it switch to DST tomorrow morning?
    If you put it on the windowsill to make sure it catches the signal, it will switch to DST when it updates, and you'll have to switch it back to CHI time when you wake up.

    On the other hand, if you switch it back to CHI time BEFORE putting it on the windowsill, it will also update correctly in the middle of the night and there shouldn't be any more problems until November!

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