Fossil Watch Chronograph Problem minute counter resets to 59 instead of 60
I received this fossil watch as a gift, its the champaign chronograph style: FS4248. there are three small dials on the watch, the one on the left is the chronograph minute counter. When i press the reset button for the chronograph this dial returns to 59 instead of 60. I know its not a huge problem but it bothers me and any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Your watch is Chronograph watch and the big centre seconds hand is for chronograph function only - not day to day seconds counting. Check the small dials and you will see that the small seconds hand is already counting seconds- this small one is seconds counter. To engage chrono hand push the upper push button once. To stop it - push the same button again. to return to zero- push lower button.
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This is an Architect Chronograph. To start the chronograph press the top start button. To stop it press it again. To reset it press the reset or bottom button. The sub dials are minutes, hours, and seconds.
Go to a watchmaker/technician. They will have a press that they can use to apply even pressure putting the crystal back in place. Be careful that you do not lose the teflon seal sitting where the crystal goes and do not let any dirt or contaminants get to the face of the watch. Be sure you ask them to pressure test it to be sure it is water resistant.
Those arrows inside of the watch band are showing direction for pins or clips to come out. If you have two arrows in opposite directions on one link, that means there are two pins or clips and each one must be extracted from arrow pointing side. If there is only one arrow on the link- there is only one clip or pin and must be extracted the arrow pointing way. Some watch bands are held together by very specificly made clips or pins. In this case you will need a special tool to extract them.