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So, I read tha tI can set my stormtrooper lego clock to 12/24 hour time, but I can't for the life of me find out how to do it.

 

Does anyone have one of these clocks (Yoda, Darth, boba, any other Starwars clock is the same) and knows how I can swap to 24h time?

 

Thanks!

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Of course I put my instructions in a safe place :angry: I have been playing with mine for the last 20 minutes, do you think I can change to 24hr clock, no sorry can't help :blink:

Let me know if you figure it out

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I found his in a review but it doesn't work on mine, "The time and displayed alarm time can be changed from standard to military time simply by pressing the Time Set button. Each time it is pressed, you will hear a beep and it will switch to the opposite format." I think it may have been an option before production and for some reason it did not end up incorporated in the finished product

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I tried pushing the buttons as well, even alternating, combos and all that but to no avail... I like 24 hour time a lot more, I was raised with 12hr, and then moved into 24, and for me, 24 is way smarter, no repeating numbers makes things easy. We will see what lego tells me from my question to their customer service dept.

 

My instructions have nothing on it regarding 24 hour time.

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  • 7 years later...

Found this while trying to set it to 24 hours. Seems like it was excluded feature in the version I had. The funcion is still there, but they didn't connect the button.

 

You can still do it, but need to reach the circuit board, not to hard actually.

 

Pull (yes, pull hard) off the head.

Unscrew to two screws for his "collar" and four screws for his torso and open up

Short circuit (connect with a wire) the positive terminal (3V+) and the hole not used being labeled I5. You are now switching between 24h and am/pm. This seems to reset each time you replace batteries.

 

Shouldn't take more than 5 minutes.

 

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On 8/2/2020 at 5:35 PM, nvx said:

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Pull (yes, pull hard) off the head.

Unscrew to two screws for his "collar" and four screws for his torso and open up

Short circuit (connect with a wire) the positive terminal (3V+) and the hole not used being labeled I5. You are now switching between 24h and am/pm. This seems to reset each time you replace batteries.

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That was a perfectly working tweak - nice!  :th_AnimatedBravoSmiley:

 

 

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