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With this type of dual display watch, the two 'mechanisms' are often independant with their own batteries. It's quite possible that the battery for the analogue display has been missed - often they are underneath the battery for the digital display with an insulating cover to isolate the batteries from each other. Sometimes it's even necessary to remove the digital module to get to the analogue module. Obviously, you would need some experience of dismantling watches (and to be very careful) to sort this out. If you don't feel confident, and you value the watch, take it to a professional.
Set the time on your Baby G by switching to time mode. The button on the bottom left-hand side of the watch is the mode button. Pressing it once to will set the watch to time mode. The time digits will begin to flash.
2Start by adjusting the seconds. Press the button on the top-right side of the watch once. The second digits will start to flash. Press the bottom right-hand button until the correct second time is displayed. Hold down the button to cycle through the digits. Once the correct time is displayed, press the bottom left-hand button and the digits will stop flashing. Press the bottom left-hand button again to set the hours.
3Follow the same procedure to change the hours setting. Set the time and date by cycling through the digits in the following sequence: seconds, hours, minutes, year, month and date.
4Press the bottom right-hand button to set the seconds to 00. When the second display is between 1 and 29, the digits will change to 00. If the display is between 30 and 59 seconds, the seconds will revert to 00 and one minute will be added to the minutes display.
5Change from an a.m. to a p.m. setting by pressing the button in the middle of the bottom of the watch when any of the time display digits are flashing.
You have to check if the digital part has separate battery. It is quite common to have two batteries in one watch - one for each movement. If this is the case, replace battery. If there is only one battery for the whole watch, you will need watchmakers help to rectify the fault.
you have to go throught the watch menu like your going to change the time. but there is one for the analog when you find it change the time with the start and stop button just like the dig display. you have to hold the button down as the hands scroll.
You have to check if your watch has two batteries. It is quite common for two-display watches to have two batteries - one for each movement. If there is only one battery, then there is some fault in analog movement and you need to look for watchmakers help. Rate me, please.
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