Question about Watches
Sweep seconds hand not eorkink when using stopwatch function
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is to let you know that the battery needs to be replaced.make sure that you use a watchmaker that can test and replace any worn case parts so that your watch will retain it's original design water resistance. Donald McPherson Certified Watchmaker AWCI www.finewatchmaking.com
This is to let you know that the battery needs to be replaced.make sure that you use a watchmaker that can test and replace any worn case parts so that your watch will retain it's original design water resistance.
Certified Watchmaker AWCI
Posted on Oct 22, 2007
Pull crown out to position 2 [in between unscrewed (1) and pulled all the way out (3)]. Tap Button B (bottom) to reset by step back to zero.
Incidentally, Button A works Hours register in same manner for position 2. You can similarly reset second and 1/10th with Buttons A and B, respectively, while in position 3. Cheers!
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
Are you aware that these are automatic watches and need to be moved to keep the watch going, kinetic energy winds up the movement which allows it to keep going, if it is left off your wrist and in a drawer or sat stationary it will stop. Shake it violently (without dropping it) and it will restart.
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
Great watch! Operation should be pretty straight forward. The top button starts the chrono and stops it. The bottom button resets it. To calibrate the sweep arm into the right position pull the crown out to the first or second set position and press the start button until the sweep arm is in the start position you desire. This is typically 12:00 or 0.
If your chrono is not working then have the battery checked. If the battery has been recently replaced then make sure the watch doesn't need to be cleared.
I recommend you take this to a watch maker/technician who will be familiar with the service requirements of this model including resealing and pressure testing the watch to be sure it is sealed to its marked water resistance specifications.
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
The small seconds hand do not stop because it has nothing to do with chronometer. It is ordinary seconds counter and will move independent of chronometer.Click on my profile (escapement), then click on Tips and Tricks. There you will find link to Tag Heuer watch manuals. It might lelp you. Rate me, please
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
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