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I am assuming the day changes but not the date. There is a halfway setting on the stem you pull two clicks to set time , one click to set day/date, turn one way for day of the week other way for date. If your actual date is sticking you can try going round and round with the hands (takes awhile) to set it! I have noticed the date is the first thing that goes on these watches. If that does not work it will have to be repaired by a watch repairman. hope that helps:)
some watches (like yours) can show two days and it would seem that you accidentally re-set the day when you took off your gloves.
Try pulling out the winder to the mid position (1st click) and then turn the winder slowly (anticlockwise?) to re-set the day. It should show the english day next and then the foreign date then english again and so on. Leave it set at the english day you want and it should continue in that manner.
mcdevito75 here, If your Fossil watch has a winding stem it may have 2 positions, gently place a fingernail under the crown and lift as gently as possilble, this should allow you to adjust the date without having to cycle thru the 24 hours to get to the date you want. It may take practise but that first position should be there, Set the date to 1 day before the date you need, then set the watch normally the full 24 hour cycle to get the date you want, this way the watch date will set as suppose to at about mid-night for the next days date.
mcdevito75 here, The stem has 2 positions, first adjust the day or month by going thru the 24 hour cycle with the stem. once set, slip a finger nail just ubder the stem and lift carefully this should allow you to change the DATE adjust to 1 date before the date you need, now pull the stem out to adjust date and time of day turn sten the complete 24 hour cycle to achieve the correct date and time of day. Now your watches day and date are set and will change to the next day date on time, around Mid nite 1 --2 AM.
hi, first you kepp the day and date set yesterday's , for example today is 31st and monday so you set 30th and sunday , now keep rolling time by key till day and date has complitaly changed,remind that do not roll anty clock, it may be damages to your watch,now when you get change day and date its a midnight of 31st and monday, now set the time and get started ,
I don't know this watch specifically but typically the following applies:
To set the day/date you set the crown (winder) to the first position (second posn is "set hands) i.e. pull out one stop, and rotate winder eithr clockwise or anticlockwise. Once you discover which direction advances the date and day ring just set it to the correct day/language and date you want then press the crown home.