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I have a pulsar series pf3 7t62 watch my problem is every time I press on the the buttons my watch goes all out of time

Resetting my watch loads of time but if button a or b gets pressed by mistake it will make the whole watch out of time how can I fix this problem

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Best solution is to download the ORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL directly from SEIKO's main website:

http://www.seikowatches.com/support/ib/index.html

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How do you set alarm for 7T62 pulsar watch?

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