Question about Tag Heuer Link Automatic Chronometer WJF5112.BA0570 Wrist Watch
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When yoy pull out the crown you will notice there are two clicks. You have to pull out crown to the first click only and then adjust a date by turning the crown.
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Posted on Mar 13, 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
If thats a new watch then there could be an issue in the movement and its possible it could be covered under warranty. Take it back to the store asap!
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
I'm sure its an automatic - next time it stops do not set time just shake it and see it if starts again - automatics need to be worn most of the day to last during the night
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Tag Heuer
If your watch is "automatic" then would I be right in thinking you took it off for a few days and it stopped?
If this is the case (since most of the Carrera range are automatic, then the spring will have run down and needs re-winding.
You were correct in thinking that shaking it will re- start it but to keep it going you need to shake it gently from side to side for some time. (One supplier quoted 500 times!) be patient and keep wearing it.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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There are three positions for the Carrera's push-down crown. The inner position is used for normal wear and winding. To wind the crown manually, simply rotate it clockwise.
Changing the date on the Carrera is done from the middle crown position. Turn the crown clockwise to advance the date, one day at a time. Push the crown back to the inner position when finished.
The outer crown position is used for setting the time. You can turn the crown in this position either clockwise or counter-clockwise. Adjust the time forward or backwards. Setting the time backwards will not damage the watch. When the time is correct, press the crown all the way into the inner position.
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