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the crown on the side pull out . should have 2 positions . first is for day//up and turn down for date. pull out all the way and set time .. set the day for the day before and go past the 12 first time you know you in am set accordingly. see the am /pm is important. date changes past 12 pm
This is chronometer that's need reset. Tachymeter is usually located on bezel or inclined ring and is used for speed calculations of moving object over the given period of time. Ok, back to your chrono hand resetting. Pull out crown and then push the upper button and hold it. The chrono hand should start move and you should be able to adjust it. If this doesn't work, try the same with lower button. When adjusted - push the crown back in. In fact there are very many variations how to reset chrono hand, but exact advise can be given if the movement caliber of particular watch is known.
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To set the timer hand on these models of Pulsar watches, do the following: Looking at the face of the watch, there are two buttons and a crown on the right side. The TOP button is Button "A". - The BOTTOM button is Button "B". There are 3 positions on the crown: IN (#1), FIRST CLICK (#2) & SECOND CLICK (#3). First, pull the crown out to the second 'click' position (#3) ... This is all the way out. (STOP THERE! Pulling harder will harm your watch! Don't try to pull past position #3!) Push and hold Button "A" for two (2) seconds. The dial will sweep around to the 12 O'clock position. You can advance the timer while the crown is in position #3 (second click out) to reset it back to the default position. The manual says that if you pull the crown out to position #3 while the timer is measuring, the hand will reset back to the 12 o'clock position... I haven't tried that, so I can't confirm.
Easier than you think. Pull your Crown out to the FIRST stop (were you would normally set your date). Push the "A" button (top chrono button) for your dial at the "3 oclock" area, Push the "B" button(bottom chron button) for the second hand.
On most watches all you have to do is pull the crown to position 2 (the last) and depress pusher A (on the top). The second hand should advance in 1 second intervals. Keep pushing the A pusher until the second hand lines up with 12 hour marker. Push the crown back in and your done!
Pull out crown to the first click. Push and hold pushbutton at 2 o'clock till the seconds hand reaches desired position. Push the crown back. You may need to operate pushbutton at 4 o'clock instead of pushbuttton at 2. Try both.
I have CL1180 and had the same problem, pulling the winder out to position 2 (fully out) and using the buttons resets the second and 10th second hands and putting the winder in position1 and using the buttons does the same for the minute and hour hands. However finding position1 was tricky, only seems to work on the way out from fully home and not on the way back from pos 2.
I have a Fossil Speedway watch (FS2895). The second hand was on the 2, and I wanted it on the 12. Like the above suggestion says, pull out the winder twice as if you are going to reset the time. However, leave the winder alone after that and, instead, press and hold the chronograph start/stop button (above the winder) until the second hand reaches the desired position. If you want to move the hand a small bit at a time, just press and release that same button until the hand reaches the desired position.