Question about Fossil CH2332 Wrist Watch
Pull out the crown and press either the start button or split button. One of those will move the sec needle.
Posted on Jun 13, 2007
Pull the crown out to the 2nd / outmost position and press the top button. Each press will advance the long second needle by one second. Press & hold the button for over 2secs to advance it continuously & let go to stop it. Bring the needle back to 12 o'clock & push the crown all the way back in (after updating the time if you need to) and you're done.
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