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Hi - I have a Rado Jubilee-Black Face-Lovely Dial Problem:Time is set with a Key - Back of the watch I have LOST this Key & need to buy or get one? Can you please advise - firstname.lastname@example.org Many Thanks Ms>Mohamed
You can adjust the analogue hands without changing the digital ONLY when you have set the watch to 24hr fornat. Do this by going to the second Timezone screen (T2) and pressing the crown once briefly. If A or P appears, the time display is in 12-hour mode. If no letter appears, the time display is in 24-hour mode. To change mode, press crown briefly a second time.
Now go to the basic display where no digital info is shown. Pull the crown out. Now slow turning will adjust the minutes and fast turning the hours, but only of the hands. Therefore you can synchronize the two. After they show the same time, press the crown back in and adjust both times together using the crown as normal on the standard "Time" digital screen
Thank you for contacting FixYa.<br />
If you are opening up the back for the battery, I would HIGHLY recommend that you have done by a certified Rado Service center.<br />
They will test for watertightness, seal it properly, change o ring and crown. <br />
If you still want to risk doing yourself then follow these instructions:<br />
<b>Locate a very small tab (or recessed area) on the edge of the back cover</b>. This is the access point for removal. You can find this sometimes by running your fingernail around the back rim, as this tab or indentation can be hard to see. <br />
2<b><b class="ecxwhb">Pull out the stem, which releases the back on some watches</b>.</b>
3<b><b class="ecxwhb">Get a small flathead screwdriver</b> it needs to be a thin inflexible tip</b>. Use a kitchen knife as a last resort. Wrap the hand you are holding the watch with in a towel or protect your hand in some manner so you don't injure yourself if the screwdriver/knife slips.
4<i><b class="ecxwhb">Very carefully</i> slide the blade under the tiny metal protrusion on the back cover (or across the length of the recessed area, depending on which type of cover your watch has)</b>. Do not attempt to insert the point of the knife. Use the length of the blade.
5<b><b class="ecxwhb">Get under the tab or recessed area</b> and gently but firmly turn the blade upward, popping the cover off</b>.
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6<b><b class="ecxwhb">When you replace the cover, make sure you line up the stem slot on the cover with the stem of the watch</b>.</b></li>
<b>If you decide to send to Rado, then follow link:</b><br />
<a href="http://www.rado.com/stores_locator/default.htm?client_request_type=2">http://www.rado.com/stores_locator/default.htm?client_request_type=2</a><br />
Hears how i do my watch, i have the same watch as you.Just make sure nothing is displayed on the clock face by turning the winder, ie NO digital time, NO daul time, NO alarm, NO stop watch etc, Pull out the winder(crown) and adjust the hands to the time you require by spinning the winder.(Gentley for mins and fast for hours) The digital clock will display wilst doing this, but not change the time.handy if you want to sync both clocks.Push the winder back in at the time to sync and the digital display will go out, then spin the winder again if you want to display the digital features. I hope this helps, please post if it does, Maurice Chevalier- Herts