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your watch is chronograph,. and it is not in the picture. probably your problem is the second hand won,t move, it is because that the sub dial on the lower part it is the real second hand. the big second hand is for the stopwatch. the to sub dial on the upper sides of your watch. the upper button/bumper is to start and stop the stopwatch or the big second hand and the bottom bumper/button is to reset it. i hope this can solve the problem...
A competent watch repair technician can remove and reset the second hand on your watch so that it more precisely aligns with the seconds markers on your dial. However, it may not be possible to get the hand to perfectly align with all 60 markers around the dial. It is not uncommon in cheaper watches for this misalignment to occur, either because the dial has shifted slightly from its original placement on the movement (for glued-on dials) or because the second hand was not carefully aligned when it was initially installed. This problem is less common in watches where the watch dial is more precisely attached and aligned with the movement via screws.
To perform this service, the movement is typically removed from the watch, so this is not a 10-second job. Sometimes, the watch crystal is removed instead, but this may take more time and reduce the water resistant properties of the watch. Either way, if your Omega is still under warranty, this may be a valid claim for service.
Once the second hand is properly aligned, this problem should not re-occur.
When you reset the big seconds hand to zero, the hour and the minute hand are not engaged in this function, so, there is no fault with the watch movement. Do as follows: 1) pull out crown and set the hour and minute hands at 6 o'clock (they must be lined perfectly in opposite directions) 2) push the crown in half way back (not completely) 3) push and hold the button at 2 o'clock (set the big seconds hand to zero) and release it when done 4) when big seconds hand is zeroed push the crown back in 5) pull the crown out again and set desired time 6) push the crown back in. If all actions described do not work, you will have to visit your nearest watch repair shop and ask to refit chronograph hand as in this case it is out of balance (not pointed at exact mark).
Your watch is fitted with chronograph movement 5040D made by Ronda (Switzerland). If you take a closer look, then you will realise that the subdial at 3 o'clock is counting seconds allready. This is your seconds dial, not the big one. The big seconds hand actually is the chronograph hand (stopwatch) and, when activated, works together with 1/10th counter. Follow this link and see for yourself:
Find movement 5040D and click on INTERACTIVE version.
"Chronograph" is watch terminology for 'stop-watch'.
There are 3 small dials on the watch. The main dial has a minute hand and an hour hand. The big second hand on the main dial is not for the main time of the watch. It is for measuring seconds for the stopwatch.
The 2 small dials at 10 o'clock and 2 o'clock will give you minutes and 1/10 of a seconds.
There are 2 buttons on the side of the watch.
Top Button: Start/Stop
Bottom Button: Reset
To set the chronograph to its default position, you would pull out the stem to the first position and push the buttons. Also, pull the stem out further to the 2nd position and push the buttons.
The larger second hand on the Pulsar PF8036 is part of the stopwatch feature. The upper button starts/stops the stopwatch feature, and the lower button operates the lap/reset function. Why they made the larger hand work only with the stopwatch instead of the smaller hand to the left is beyond me, but that's how it is designed.