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Question:how to set the weekday on a Fossil watch model BQ-9165.

I recently received a Fossil wrist watch, model BQ9165.

Problem: I don't know how to set the weekday.

- day of month - pull out watch stem half-way and rotate
- time - pull out watch stem as far as is easy & set time the normal way.

But the steps to set the 24 hr dial and the day of week dial elude me.

Suggestions appreciated.

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You have to pull out the stem all the way and turn clockwise until you get to the correct day. Hopefully you won't have to wind thru the whole week.

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    Grasp the watch stem tightly and tug it out, away from the watch rim. Pull it past the first area of resistance, a position used for other settings, to the second stage of resistance where it will not pull out any further.

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