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to reset the date manually, pull the stem out to the second position to reset TIME; manually continue setting time until the date is on the correct day/date.
I had to do this to get back to the proper date when my timex was off by a week. Nothing else worked. 14 times around (twice per 24 hour day) and each time I passed "midnight" the date advanced.
Reset the time, day and date manually from scratch. Check for another 24 hours. If the problem persists that means there is interference between day and date wheels and in this case you will need watchmakers help, as to correct such a fault the watch needs to be disassembled almost completely.
mcdevito75 here, The stem has 2 positions, first, set the day to 1 day before the day you need, now, slip a finger nail just under the stem and gently, gently lift the crown to it;s first position, set the DATe to 1 date before the date you need. Push crown back in, now pull crown out to set the date and time of day. Your watch is set and should change around mid nite