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Had a new battery fitted to my tag 6000 and now 2 of the dials dont reset to zero

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To reset the chronograph dials back to zero do the following:
1) Pull the crown out to the position where the date can be adjusted and push the buttons.
2) Pull the crown out to the position where the time can be adjusted and push the buttons.

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It's easy to fix yourself! Unscrew the crown all the way and pull out until it reaches the stop position. Then hold both buttons down until the second hand does a full rotation around the clock face. Now yu can use the top button to adjust it forward a second and the bottom button to adjust it back. Mine sometimes doesn't respond but if you keep trying it will work and you can reset it without sending it off to get it fixed... hope this helps - from www.zigzag.digital!

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