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Perpetual Calendar I own this watch and I am having a lot of trouble setting up the correct date, right now it shows the 26th and there is no way that I can make it go back to the 21st. Thank You

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  • alberttimex Nov 13, 2007

    I have a timex perpetual calendar watch that is out of sync. It currrently shows Saturday 13. The 13th is correct (today is 11/13) but the Saturday is wrong (today is Tuesday)-- what steps can I take to get the perpetual calendar back in business? Thanks, Lee alsiii@yahoo.com

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    I am not able to move the date back by one day. How do i do it.

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not sure you tried doing this way .

http://www.hyperorg.com/blogger/mtarchive/004131.html


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