I bought this watch from Stuart several years ago but misplaced the instructions. It is an automatic wind with 4 dials on the front, day, month date of month and one that has 5ATM with the moon cycle. On the rear are the numbers 11575 plus 5ATM.
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Watches fall into two basic categories - quartz and mechanical. If you bought a quartz watch that is battery powered you need to set the watch and push the crown in all the way to start the watch. Sometimes you need to remove a small plastic piece from the stem to push it in all the way. If you bought a mechanical watch, even if it is an automatic self-winding model, you will need to manually wind it to get it started. If you are still having problems take it back tot he dealer for a demonstration or to have the battery replaced if required. An instruction sheet and warranty card is packaged with almost all new watches. Sorry I can't be more specific but if you care to share the make and model number I may be able to help you further.
The Tag Heur repair center says an automatic watch must go through an "initiation" process. They recommend winding manually 40 revolution of the crown clockwise. You must wear an automatic watch at least eight hours per day. Repat the initiation if the watch is not worn for 20 hours or so.
if your watc is automatic or self winding,you need to use your watch at least 12hours a day,to set the time , wind the crown counter clock wise,until the crown lose then full the crown to set the time,after setting the time fush the crown then wind it clockwise to lock again! thank you !
Your watch is a automatic. All automatics need to wind-up before being worn at first , or if not worn all the time. Automatics will work with-out being wound ,but will not keep time. Wind your watch at least 50 turns (using the crown) or shake about 150 times , and then try it . Automatics need that back-up power to insure it's accuracy.