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    Need Mudman Help on settings.

    ANY ONE HERE KNOWS HOW TO SET THE INTERNATIONAL CLOCK ON THE MUDMAN G-9000?

    I think my seetings are wrong because right now it's 11:17 here in NYC and in Sydney it says 2:17am. I know that is not true.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks
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    Re: Need Mudman Help on settings.

    Check out this thread from last week. I had the same problems.

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthr...ght=world+time

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    Re: Need Mudman Help on settings.

    Quote Originally Posted by dingowarlord

    I think my seetings are wrong because right now it's 11:17 here in NYC and in Sydney it says 2:17am. I know that is not true.


    Hi Felix -

    Sydney time is correct

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    Re: Need Mudman Help on settings.

    By the way - can anyone tell me whether the G-9000 shows the current time in stopwatch mode. From the manual, it looks as though 'hours' are displayed where the time would otherwise be - or is this only when the stopwatch has reached 1hr, and it displays the time up to that point?
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    Re: Need Mudman Help on settings.

    Mine shows the current time when it is in stopwatch mode.However, the current time dissapears once stop watch is started.


    Quote Originally Posted by tribe125
    By the way - can anyone tell me whether the G-9000 shows the current time in stopwatch mode. From the manual, it looks as though 'hours' are displayed where the time would otherwise be - or is this only when the stopwatch has reached 1hr, and it displays the time up to that point?

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    Re: Need Mudman Help on settings.

    The G-9000 shows the time in stopwatch mode, until the stopwatch is started. It is then replaced with "0H". The "0H" increments up to "1H" at the one hour mark, and keeps increasing from then on.

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    Confused Re: Need Mudman Help on settings.

    Quote Originally Posted by OZZIE
    Hi Felix -

    Sydney time is correct
    Hi Ozzie,
    I thought Sydney is 14 hrs. ahead, not 15. So, If that is the case, my GW-700 is wrong. That one is on DST as well and it shows Sydney at 14hrs. ahead.:-S

    Thanks

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    Re: Need Mudman Help on settings.

    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzbait
    Check out this thread from last week. I had the same problems.

    https://forums.watchuseek.com/showthr...ght=world+time
    Thanks forr the link Buzz. I found the problem. I needed to set the UTC to -4 with the DST on. Now all time zones are correct.
    Thanks:thanks

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    Re: Need Mudman Help on settings.

    Thanks G004825 and Buzzbait - I suspected as much. Unavoidable, I guess, but a shame all the same.
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