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Change day of the week on my Festina watch 16059

I was able to set the Month & day but it is showing the day of the week as 2 days ahead. I want to change the day back 2 days.
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SOURCE: setting the time, day, date, ona Festina 16059/4

Alhamdulillah, the problem solved (at last) tks to IRONMAN (http://www.fixya.com/support/t579677-instructions_mens_festina_watch_16095#SameProblemContinued)

The steps are like this :
1. Pull the crown full, and turn it clockwise until you find the right day.
2. and then push it one click (dont push it to hard so it back to normal position) and turn the crown counter clockwise to adjust date.
3. Push the small button near the crown to adjust month.

and voila... the problem solved

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SOURCE: I cannot change the day of the week on my Seiko

Try rotating the hands through 24 hours.

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