Question about Watches
I just reset the chronograph second hand to the 12 at the top of the dial but now in the small dial directly under the 12 which counts milliseconds as the stop watch is started resets every time to a little past the 1 on the dial opposed to the proper spot at the 0. How can I fix 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)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: SECTOR CHRONOGRAPH 200 WATCH
That's easy. You need to calibrate it. In normal time mode, pull the crown out all the way and then use the pushers to step it back to the zero position. When finished, push the crown back in. You can also calibrate the sub-dails in a similar fashion.
Posted on Oct 02, 2007
Check in the instructions if there is a way to re-sync the hands. For some models of watches the hands are able to be calibrated.
It is also possible that the watch has a problem. Either the dial hand is not properly seated on to its axel, or the drive gear that is under the axel skipped a tooth. You will have to find someone who can service watches to fix this for you.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
No need to go to the shop as you can reset chrono hand yourself. Read manual and follow instructions. If you don't have manual, try this: Pull out crown and then push the button and hold it. If this does not work, try push and hold the button whilst other one is held pushed. In short terms - try to use as many different combinations as you can and you will find which way is right.
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
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