Question about Pulsar Chronograph Watch
You might need a jump start the watch, or cleaning. I usually try using a air dust blower ball to get all the particles that is invisible to the eye, you can do this on the movement and around the battery area. Aftwards try inserting the battery again then pull out the stem and move it clockwise at least 10 times passing the 12'o clock marker. If the watch is not brough back to life you can try one last thing before buying a new movement or taking it to the watch repair shop. If you take it to watch repair shop they might charge you a few bucks to jump start the movement. I hope this helps. Marcelo
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I recently got a Pulsar
Im a watch technician for how many years and when iv'e make adjustment to any new watch for me i dont need any manual. The thing iv'e done is keep pushing and pressing the adjustment button and observed what happen and the result i write it down, what im discover new to me for future setting purposes. When setting a Pulsar chronograph watch you just find the set button and press it for 15 seconds , then your watch display will flashing then go to mode button and choose what you are going to set. the Hour ; the Date ; the Alarm and whatever you going to set is there. The operation to set is desame whatever you going to set it's like a cycle. Only the set is need a long press. feel free for further assistance in keep sending more question in comments or doubts that arise your mind regarding this to me,.rate the solution as fixya if it heps you understand in solve your problem.
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
See PDF here to solve this problem.
Wish Pulsar would have included this info with their watches!
Posted on Jan 18, 2010
SOURCE: i have a pulsar chronograph
Thanks for using Fixya.
Try this: pull out crown to the first click, then push and hold button at 2 o'clock. When the hand is adjusted to the desired time, push the crown back in.
If this do not work, do the same using the button at 4 o'clock.
Good Luck and have a nice day.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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