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Resetting time after battery change.


Depends on the kind of watch that you have. Usually, you can reset the watch with the dial on the side pictured here:
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The dial on the right side, pull it out. Then, start turning it either way to see the hands move.

Sep 10, 2016 | Watches

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How do I reset the millisecond hand used in the stop watch function on my nixon Ride SS watch?


Try this:
Resetting Chronograph Hands:
Note: Some Nixon watches come equipped with a "screw-down" crown; the crown must be unscrewed by turning it counterclockwise before it can be pulled out)
1. Pull the crown all the way out to position 2.
2. Push the crown in slightly to position 1.
3. Push top pusher button to advance the second hand to line up with the 12:00 position
4. Push the crown back in. (Make sure it is screwed in if it is a screw crown)

Jan 02, 2014 | Watches

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Full Reset


I have a PDF for the entire manual. http://www.nixon.com/manuals/nixon_5130_4220.pdf Have fun. And take your time. The instructions are a bit specific.

May 11, 2013 | Nixon 42-20 Watch for Men

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I have a Victorinox ST1500. Since fitting a new battery when I reset the dials they no longer go back to the zero/12oclock position.


I can find no manual for this watch, so can only offer a general solution. With this type of watch there is usually a means of setting the dials to 'home' position. Reset the dials, then pull out the crown (this may have 1 or 2 different positions) and try pressing each of the top and bottom buttons and see if the 'dials' move. Sometimes, some are set with the crown in one position and others when it is in another position. Trial and error should allow you to set the dials to home position. Once you've done that, press the crown back in and retry the stopwatch.

Jul 12, 2010 | Watches

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My analog stopwatch needle at 11 instead of 12o'clock


The procedure for the Classima Chronograph watch is different. You need to pull the dial all the way out, press on both buttons and hold for 5 sec, until the seconds dial makes a full cirlce (signalling that the chronograph is now ready for manual reset, then press the button on 2 o'clock until the seconds dial reaches the 12 o'clock position, then press button at 4 o'clock, to transfer control to the 1/10 dial, press button at 2 o'clock again a number of times until it resets to 0, then press 2 o'clock dial again to transfer control to the little hours dial, and press 4 o'clock button number of times until you reset this one to 0 too. Now just push back the dial crown to original position to close the operation. Viola

Dec 22, 2009 | Watches

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Pressing reset doesn't go to zero. sweep second hand goes to 57 seconds


Pull out the crown and use either a combination or one of the cronograph buttons, this will allow you to adjust the hand positions

Nov 20, 2009 | Baume Et Mercier Baume & Mercier Hampton...

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I have a chronograph watch with a white and a red


The trick is to pull out the stem 2 times and use the plugers to adjust each of the dials. Some watches have 3 dials and you have to pull out the crown 1 time or click and use the plungers or buttons to adjust the other dials.

Nov 18, 2009 | Watches

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HOW TO WORK THE SUB DIALS


This is an Architect Chronograph. To start the chronograph press the top start button. To stop it press it again. To reset it press the reset or bottom button. The sub dials are minutes, hours, and seconds.

May 03, 2009 | Fossil Arkitekt watch

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Resetting stopwatch dials - Armani AR5331


Pull the crown to first position (where you set the date) then adjust the dials with buttons.

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Jan 10, 2008 | Giorgio Armani Classic AR5326 Wrist Watch

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