I HAVE HAD A BATTERY REPLACEMENT RECENTLY AND SINCE I GOT IT BACK THE TIME ON THE HANDS IS 15 MINUTES BACKWARDS THAN THE TIME ON THE DIGITAL AND THE COMPASS DOSNT SEEM TO WORK PROPERLY EITHER CAN YOU PLEASE HELP.
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You have to know that analog time "follows" digital time.Any hour/minutes correction on the display has direct effect on time/minutes hands.Some times, mostly after battery replacement,hands might have declination.That is why there is a function so called "Hands home position adjustment".Using this function you can align both hands to 12/00 position.If there is any declination (I think is your case) you can correct.Try to enable this function by pressing for 4-5 sec the upper left button(A) until "HAND SET" appears.If hands are not aligned exactly to 12/00 position, you must correct by pressing the lower right button (D) for forward movement or the upper right button (B) for backward movement.In fact, minutes hand is aligned,hour hand follows.When both hands are set to 12/00 (home position) press button A again.Time Mode returns to the display.Normally hands will now show exactly according to digital (display) time.I hope this will help.
Do the minute and hour hands keep proper time? I've seen your problem before when the hand has come loose from the center post that turns it. You probably need someone who knows what they are doing to pull the crystal and reseat the second hand. Do this when the watch is off!
The hands on your clock are probably friction fit, meaning that they can be adjusted, possibly even without tools. The hour hand is usually a firm slip fit over a tube, meaning that it can be slid forward and backward an hour or more as long as you hold the minute hand steady to keep the hour shaft from turning.
The minute hand may be trickier to adjust. Sometimes, it, too, is a simple friction fit, and you can pop off the hand (remove the second hand and pull the minute hand straight up off its shaft) before setting it where it should go. Other times, however, the minute hand is on a keyed shaft and has to go on in one of two directions. It's still possible that someone could have assembled your clock incorrectly, however, making the minute hand 30 minutes out of sync with your chimes.
If neither of these ideas helps you, please describe better exactly how the time isn't matching up with the chimes. That will help us better understand the underlying issue.
If you recently bought the watch warranty should be in place, the problem is in the electronic timing module, part of the module has failed. I suggest taking it back to where you bought it and if under warranty they should repair or exchange the product.
First, reset the clock to 0:00 hours. The instant the clicking stops, pop out the battery. The second hand stem should be at 0:00 hours. The front cover can only be removed from the bottom. Put both thumbs at the bottom of the font cover and push inward, but not too forcefully (Junghans stopped selling replacement covers shortly after dropping the product line and they are nearly impossible to find). The center should lift up enough to slide a thin credit/promotion/gift card under the center tab on the bottom. Then work the card up either slide to disengage the other four tabs. The five tabs are located at the bottom center, one each on both straight sides alligned with the top of the digital display, one at 7.5 minutes, and the last one at 52.5 minutes. That is easy part. Now comes the hard one
You then need to glue the second hand back onto its stem. Superglue (cyanoacrylate based) works best. The second hand must be attached perfectly level or it could scrape the cover, the clock face, and the other hands as it rotates on a tilt. Practice a few times before applying the glue. You will notice that the socket on the second hand fits the stem very loosely. Once you are ready to glue, apply one drop of superglue on the second hand socket and mount it on the centermost stem and hold it perfectly still and in proper alignment and steady for a minute or so for the glue to set. Once the glue dries, put the battery in and let it run long enough to determine if the second hand is in correct alignment.
Remove the battery again. Make certain the clock face is completely free of dust and dirt before reattachment of the cover. Insert the cover from the top down snapping the five tabs into place. It may be necessary to reverse the removal process. Then you can reinsert the battery.
The process worked for me when mine was accidentally knocked onto the carpet and the second hand was detached from the force of the impact. In fact, I can no longer tell which one I performed the repair on.
Unscrew the crown and press the lower button, this should advance the minute counting hand one press ata time. Pull ot the crown a further stop to advance the seconds hand and again to advance the tenths counter.
Push the middle button then touch the centre screen selecting the "nits" mode(24 C m), then push the middle button again for 5 seconds."Synchro" will appear on the display. By using pushers + and -, bring the two hands pre-cisely to 12 o'clock
Incrementation of the minute hand(3 steps=1 minute)
Incrementattion of the hour hand(3 steps=1 minute)
Press the middle button to validate the setting.