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probably because you have it set to 12 pm midnight and not 12 noon so at 12 noon it is actually midnight when the date will change
reset the time of the day to am or pm and any pm settings will change the date at 12 midnight.
Set Date and time manually if desired. 1. Press and hold the [dial] button until the display show "SET left OR right ". 2. Use the up or down buttons and select "DATE/TIME" andpress the [dial] button to enter.3. Use the up or down buttons to set the hour, minute, AM/PM,month, and day.4. Press the [dial] button to confirm your selections
1. Press menu once and answering machine announces "Time" and current time. The answering machine displays (1) through (7) indicating the day of week.
2. Press skip/ff or repeat/rew to until correct day is announced.
3.Press set/ringer to select the day.
4 press skip/ff or repeat/rew until correct hour from 1 to 12 is heard.
5. Press set/ringer to select the minute/
6. press skip/ff or repeat/rew until correct minute from is announced.
7. Press to set/ringer to select the minute.
8. Press skip/ff or repeat/rew for A.M. or P.M.
9. Press set/ringer to store your am or pm selection.
Thats all it takes so you shouldn't have any more problems like that, but if you do I will be glad to help.
To set up time.
Tap on main screen.
Tap on change preferences.
Tap on the arrow 5 times till you reach, Preferences 6 of 6 page.
Tap on set clock.
Select the way you want it to be displayed.
You can correct the time on the next screen using the up and down arrows. When you have the correct time click done.
To sync the correct 12 hour with your day you need to set the date to the day before (if today is Wed 21, then make sure the day window reads Tues 20). Then spin the analog hands until the the date window turns to Wed 21. At this point your watch is reading 12 AM (midnight). Then keep turning to set the correct time. If it is 9 am then stop the hands the first time you hit the 9 marker. If it is 9pm, then keep turning until the SECOND TIME your hour hand meets the 9 marker. This is now set for 9 pm. The day (Mon thru Sun) sometimes needs to be set seperately from the day; it may take a couple of tries but use the directions above and patience and you will achieve your goal. That's how you do it. If you need more clarification let me know.
Hi Jeffrey, Put stem into "set hands" position and adjust hands to the 12:00 position. Day and date should advance at or close to that time. If you pass 12:00 and there's no change continue rotating another 12 hours and they should advance. Once youv'e found that there's midnight so if you're setting the time at say four (4:00) in the afternoon (pm) you will neew to rotate the hands so around the dial so they pass 12:00 once more then four hours more to 4:00. Now I assume by bilingual you mean that the day ring has like Mon (monday) and Lun for Spanish or the like. In this case if it's showing the wrong languare set the crown (winder) to the first position (second posn is "set hands) and rotate winder eithr clockwise or anticlockwise. Once you discover how to advance the day ring just set it to the correct day/language you want and press the crown home. Hope this solves your problem. If the advances are changing at some obscure time like 8:40 or something it's because the hands pave been located incorrectly and would need correcting by removing movement from the case.
Had Pulsar analog watch. Couldn't set either day or date properly due to being unable to signify AM or PM. When days changed one or the other would be 12 hours off.
""googled" adjusting Pulsar watches" and found site which explained how. You set day of week and date to previous day and date and then move watch time ahead until day and date are correct. Then set watch time. Seems to work.
thats because analog watches don't know the difference between AM/PM. First reset the time, moving the hour and minute hands another 12 hours will let you know exactly what mode its in (am/pm) first allowing you to set the date correctly.