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For that I need to know how many buttons you have on your right side of the watch. Anyways this is the solution in case you have just one knotch on the right side of your watch. Slowly pull out the round knob on the right side of your watch. It comes out in two stages (in case your watch has date also) or else just one pull will be there. After pulling the knob out you can rotate and set the time and then push it back. your time is set.
Set the mode to "CHR" and then pull the knob out all the way until it stops. the word "HR" will appear on the left display. spin the knob and it will move the hour hand. You should get it to eactly sit in the 12 o'clock position. Then you will use the right top button to select "MIN" on the display. Again use the knob to do the same thing. Finally you will select "SEC" and do the same thing. When all 3 hands are exacrly in the 12 o'cllock position, you can then push the knob back in and roll it to the TME function, and the times should be exactly the same. Note that the left small dial is a 24 hour clock, so make sure whn you set the hour hand to 12 o'clock you are at the 12 midnight hour and not the 12 noon hour. In other words the little arrow should be vertically up, and not down. Hope this helps
let's call the top stopwatch button "a" and the bottom stopwatch button "b." eg, for normal stop watch function press "a" to start timing, press "a" to stop timing, and press "b" to reset.
to reset: press button "a" and "b" simultaneously and release (an easy way to do this is press and hold down "b" then press "a" and release both). this will send both hands spinning. next press "a" intermittently until the second-hand is back to it's desired reset location. then, likewise, press "b" intermittently until the minute hand is zeroed. now with both hands at the correct reset location, again press and release "a" and "b" simultaneously to save these resets and return the watch to normal function mode.
For the national geographic radio controled watch.
The easiest way to rest this watch is to remove the battery.
Once replaced the watch will flash set to 12. Push and hold the upper button till the hands spin. Press this button again to stop the hands. Tapping the upper button will make the hands move forword 1 sec. Set all the hands to 12. becareful, if you pass 12 you will have to go around again. to start the hands spinning again press and hold the upper button untill the hands move. Once all the hands are at 12, press the lower button and the screen should flas LON for london. Set the city code using the upper button to your area. press the lower button hard to confirm the information. The watch should set itself to the correct time. If it starts running from 12, place it on the window sill for the night so that it can get a signal.
Hold your watch with fingers and quickly twist your hand back and forth( like you would spin plate back and forth). Watch must be held flat and twists (spins) made around watch axis(centre of dial, where the hands are fitted).
If this doesn't restart the watch- only watchmaker will be able to sort the problem.
Hears how i do my watch, i have the same watch as you.Just make sure nothing is displayed on the clock face by turning the winder, ie NO digital time, NO daul time, NO alarm, NO stop watch etc, Pull out the winder(crown) and adjust the hands to the time you require by spinning the winder.(Gentley for mins and fast for hours) The digital clock will display wilst doing this, but not change the time.handy if you want to sync both clocks.Push the winder back in at the time to sync and the digital display will go out, then spin the winder again if you want to display the digital features. I hope this helps, please post if it does, Maurice Chevalier- Herts