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Re: winder button came off and the service # in the...
Many local jewelry stores have a local/regional watchmaker to whom they send watches. You might try your downtown jeweler. OTOH, all of the chain jewelry stores have contracted with local repair folks for watches and jewelry. Take the watch to one of them and they'll "send it off" for replacement of the button. Depending on the brand/model of your watch, repair is likely to be a lot less expensive than replacing the watch. I hope this helps! Please post rating, if it does. Regards, Char1ieJ
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Stop the chrono with top button (if it is running) reset with bottom button. If hand does not zero pull out winder to position 2 and use top button to forward to zero by single steps or hold to move faster. #push winder back and chrono hand should be zeroed.
mcdevito75 here, No charge here at fixya for info unless you call on the phone. Does your armitron have buttons or a stem"" (winder). If a winder (stem) pull stem to it:"s first positon and set the date, then pull stem out all the way to set time. If buttons, press Mode ams see display blinking, press set on each function to cahnge them, Hour, Minute etc. after each function is set press mode to move to the next function, wfen done press mode again to return to staedy display. Hope This helps.
Hi, I had the same problem and was able to fix it by reading the manual: Basic Settings for the chronograph hand - After changing the battery, or in exceptional circumstances, following incorrect operation, it is necessary to reset the Chrono indicator to zero (starting time). - Leave the winder in Position 1 (pushed all the way in) - Press button H (top) and button I (bottom) at the same time - Now set the 30 minute (small hand) counter to zero by pressing/holding button I (bottom button) - You can now set the 60 second counter to zero by pressing/holding button H (top button).
This worked for me... it took me a while to figure it out, but that
I have CL1180 and had the same problem, pulling the winder out to position 2 (fully out) and using the buttons resets the second and 10th second hands and putting the winder in position1 and using the buttons does the same for the minute and hour hands. However finding position1 was tricky, only seems to work on the way out from fully home and not on the way back from pos 2.