Question about Watches
I cant set the time on my techno com by kc watch model wa006589. It has a stem, the min hand is running but I cant get the stem to move, how do I set the time?
Is this your watch?
more than likely the stem may be a little stiff to pull out. grab the crown firmly and pull with your fingernail. i don't recommend using a tool. most jewelers have a person who can address this if you can't get it. and they if really only spent a moment to set your watch, they typically won't charge you. if they have to pop the case, it should only be a few bucks. but try a little harder to pull it out yourself...
Posted on May 10, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Setting the hands on this watch
press your "mode" button 5 times until it says on lower display "H-SET". Then press the "adjust" button until it beeps.
Now hold the "forward" button and the minute hand is moving.
Posted on Feb 03, 2008
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.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
The hands are set independent from the digital display
Setting CASIO G-Shock Watch
1) Home City
2) Setting the digital time
3) Adjusting hands
4) Alarm set/on/off
6) Hourly Chime
A -- B
( ) Button reference
C __ D
1) Select home city first (if equiped):
Press C until regular timekeeping mode is reached. Hold A until seconds flash. Press C to get to city code. Use B and D to move city east or west to your home city. Press A to set and exit.
Press C until timekeeping mode is reached (high beep).
2) Set time, Date, etc:
Hold A until seconds flash. Press C until item to adjust is flashing. Press B or D to adjust. Press C to go to next item. Press B or D to adjust. Press A to exit.
3) Adjust hands (if equiped):
Press C until H-Set is reached. Hold A until time flashes. Press D to advance minute hand. Press B while holding D to set faster and continuously. Press D to stop hands before correct analog time is reached. Press D to step to current time (hands only go forward). Press A to exit H-Set mode. Press C to return to timekeeping mode.
In Timekeeping mode B is illumination and D is time/day/date display advance.
4) Alarm set/on/off
Press C until alarm mode is reached (AL1 - AL4 + SNZ and SIG). Press D to select alarm to adjust. Hold A until alarm time flashes. Press B or D to adjust alarm time. Press C to toggle between hour and minutes set. Press A to exit. Press A to turn alarm on and off. Repeat for AL2 - AL4. Press C to return to Timekeeping mode.
To stop any alarm, press any button.
5) Snooze (SNZ):
Press C until alarm mode is reached (AL1 - AL4 + SNZ and SIG). Press D to select snooze alarm (SNZ). Hold A until snooze alarm time flashes. Press B or D to adjust snooze alarm time. Press C to toggle between hour and minutes set. Press A to exit. Press A to turn snooze alarm on and off. Press C to return to Timekeeping mode.
To cancel the next snooze: Press C until the timekeeping screen is reached or go to the Snooze alarm (SNZ) screen.
6) Hourly Chime (SIG):
Press C until alarm mode is reached (AL1 - AL4 + SNZ and SIG).
Press D to select hourly chime (SIG). Press A to toggle chime on and off.
Press C to return to Timekeeping mode.
Posted on May 11, 2009
The larger second hand on the Pulsar PF8036 is part of the stopwatch feature. The upper button starts/stops the stopwatch feature, and the lower button operates the lap/reset function. Why they made the larger hand work only with the stopwatch instead of the smaller hand to the left is beyond me, but that's how it is designed.
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
This usually occurs when the battery is changed. There should be a process for synchronising the two times detailed in the manual.
To get a manual you go to "http://tissot.ch/" and on the black menu bar at the bottom of the page you will see "product support". Click on this and you will go to a page of instructions. Download yours and find the relevant method for putting your watch right.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
Testimonial: "You were right. I downloaded the manual and the synchronisation instructions were there. Still not sure how it happened. But thanks so much!"
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