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Not sure how pusher B works my maual is for quartz

My pusher A has a mild click when pushed clicker B doesn't-
not sure i have a problem or not

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How do I set the time and how do I get a user manual.


1. set time/datepush the pusher at 4:00 for couple second to start setting mode.pusher at 4:00 is to select time/date, pusher at 2:00 is to adjust time/date

2. if off sync between analog and digital clock happen. You need to resyn
step 1: follow the instruction 1 to set digital clock to 12:00.
step 2 : push and hold both pushers at 2:00 and 4:00 for couple second until it shows sync mode.
step 3: once it enter sync mode, you can use pushers at 2:00 and 4:00 to adjust the analog time to 12:00 same as digital.
step 4: push the pusher at 3:00 to exit the sync mode.
step 5: follow the instruction 1 to adjust digital time to correct time. Analog time will adjust it automatically.

Jun 18, 2011 | ESQ 07301132 Aerodyne watch

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Watch glossary: N, O, P, Q.


NIVAROX
Trade name (from the producer's name) of a steel alloy, resisting magnetization, used for modern self-compensating balance springs. The quality level of this material is indicated by the numeral following the name in decreasing value from 1 to 5.
OBSERVATORY CHRONOMETER
An observatory-tested precision watch that obtained the relevant rating chronometer certificate.
OSCILLATION
Complete oscillation or rotation movement of the balance, formed by two vibrations.
PALLETS
Device of the escapement transmitting part of the motive force to the balance, in order to maintain the amplitude of oscillations unchanged by freeing a tooth of the escape wheel at one time.
PERPETUAL CALENDAR see calendar, perpetual
PILLAR-PLATE or MAIN PLATE
Supporting element of bridges and other parts of a movement.
PINION
Combines with a wheel and an arbor to form a gear. A pinion has less teeth than a wheel and transmits motive force to a wheel. Pinion teeth (normally 6 to 14) are highly polished to reduce friction to a minimum.
PIVOT
End of an arbor turning on a jewel support. As their shape and size can influence friction, the pivots of the balance-staff are particularly thin and, hence, fragile, so they are protected by a shockproof system.
PLATED
Metal, treated by a galvanizing procedure in order to apply a slight layer of gold or another precious metal (silver, chromium, rhodium or palladium) on a brass or steel base.
PLEXIGLAS
A synthetic resin used for watch crystal.
POINçON DE GENEVE
Distinction assigned by the Canton of Geneva to movements produced by watchmaker firms of the Region and complying with all the standards of high horology with respect to craftsmanship, small-scale production, working quality, accurate assembly and setting. The Geneva Seal is engraved on at least one bridge and shows the Canton's symbol, i.e. a two-field shield with an eagle and a key respectively in each field.
POLISHED FINISH
Brilliant metal surface obtained on the watch case with fine abrasive. Compare to brushed finish.
POWER RESERVE
Duration (in hours) of the residual functioning autonomy of a movement after it has reached the winding peak. The duration value is displayed by an instantaneous indicator: analog (hand on a sector) or digital (through a window). The related mechanism is made up of a series of gears linking the winding barrel and hand. Recently, specific modules were introduced which may be combined with the most popular movements.
PRECISION
Accuracy rate of a watch, a term difficult to define exactly. Usually, a precision watch is a chronometer whose accuracy-standard is certified by an official watch-rating bureau.
PULSIMETER CHRONOGRAPH
The pulsimeter scale shows, at a glance, the number of pulse beats per minute. The observer releases the chronograph hand when starting to count the beats and stops at the 30th, the 20th or the 15th beat according to the basis of calibration indicated on the dial.
PUSHER, PUSH-PIECE or PUSH-BUTTON
Mechanical element mounted on a case for the control of specific functions. Generally, pushers are used in chronographs, but also with other functions.
PVD
Abbreviation of Physical Vapor Deposition, a plating process consisting of the physical transfer of substance by bombardment of electrons.
QUARTZ
The quartz movement uses the famously stable vibration frequency of a quartz crystal subjected to electronic tension (usually 32,868 Hz) as its norm. The fact that a quartz-controlled second hand jumps to the tact of each second is a concession to the use of outside energy. This technical revolution found its way to the world's wrists in the late 1960s. This was a principally Swiss invention - the first working quartz wristwatches were manufactured by Girard-Perregaux and Piaget as the result of an early joint venture within the Swiss watch industry, but the Japanese (primarily Seiko) came to dominate the market with new technology.
QUARTZ MOVEMENT
A movement powered by a quartz crystal. Quartz crystals are very accurate. They can be mass produced which makes them less expensive than most mechanical movements which require a higher degree craftsmanship.

on Jan 11, 2010 | Watches

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The seconds hand doesn't reset to zero when you activate the chronometer with the pusher A and stop it with the same one, you can reset with the pusher B, but it doesn't reset to zero y goes to...


CROWN SETTINGS:
1....... Running position/screwed
2 .......Date correction
3........Time correction

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Procedure to set the mode using Push Buttons

Pusher A: Start/Stop Chronograph
Pusher B: Change to Chronograph mode/ Reset to zero

Note if by pressing button B and it doesn't reset to zero, you can adjust the time by following the procedure below

1. Set crown to position 3
2. Press pusher A to realign second hand
3. Press pusher B to realign counter hand at 6H
Note: For faster hand adjustment, hold pusher for 2 seconds or more

Hope this information will help you!

May 17, 2011 | Technomarine Us Navy NAUT05 Gents Watch

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I just bought this watch but can't figure out how to set: time, date, and alarm. Please help. Thank you


set time/datepush the pusher at 4:00 for couple second to start setting mode.pusher at 4:00 is to select time/date, pusher at 2:00 is to adjust time/date
2. if off sync between analog and digital clock happen. You need to resynstep 1: follow the instruction 1 to set digital clock to 12:00.step 2 : push and hold both pushers at 2:00 and 4:00 for couple second until it shows sync modestep 3: once it enter sync mode, you can use pushers at 2:00 and 4:00 to adjust the analog time to 12:00 same as digital.step 4: push the pusher at 3:00 to exit the sync mode. step 5: follow the instruction 1 to adjust digital time to correct time. Analog time will adjust it automatically.

Jan 14, 2011 | ESQ 07301132 Aerodyne watch

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I have a bretling colt quartz watch and the hour regester will not reset


Try pulling out the winding crown,then press the chrono pusher.This will advance the chrono hands.Each pusher will advance a different hand.

Aug 13, 2010 | Breitling Colt Quartz 820 Wrist Watch

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I have an ct1115 tag heuer aquaracer chronograph and the caps to the buttons on the side fell off easy fix? you can push them with your nail the watch still works etc. the covers are gone


The pushers sound like they have fallen off.This is quite a common problem.Take care as the watch wont be waterproof.The parts will need to be obtained from TAG and fitted by a watchmaker.Return the watch to an agent for them to attend to or find a watchmaker that can get TAG parts.
www.rolexrepairs.co.uk are specialist watchmakers that could help.
Regards

Aug 04, 2010 | Tag Heuer Aquaracer Quartz Chronograph...

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Baume & mercier hampton city watch


Does the dial have "Automatic" wtitten on it". If it does then it's a mechanical movement. If it has "Quartz" then it requires a battery. If the watch isn't running perhaps it just needs a battery. This may also explain why the pushers aren't working. If it's mechanical the watch needs to be wound before the pushers will work. What are the markings on the subdial.

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All functions have ceased to operate - the reset works fine but none of the buttons seem to function. this problem started all of a sudden, i assumed maybe a button was stuck but they all seem ok?


Pooky

Indeed the buttons (pushers or pusher contacts) may have been jammed internally. The are a small piece of metal which is pushed my a cylindrcal rod (which you are pushing the outer part of it into the pusher contact).

Sometimes the pusher contact may have come out of alignment. or did you change the battery yourself? did you a/c it properly? (metal tweezer from the a/c with the battery)?

Hope this helps or sheds so light on your situation

Jul 13, 2009 | Casio PRG-40T-7 Pathfinder

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24 hour time setting to 12 hour


You can't! Trust me I have been dealing with watches for 2 years now and currently work in the industry as a watchmaker's assistant.

There are different settings for each different brand, Casio have there own configure and so does Seiko etc.

Best way I know is to push buttons to something happens. Please note DO NOT DEPRESSED ALL PUSHERS AT ONCE, this 99.99% of the time will reset the entire device!.

Usually there is a 'reset' pusher which will once depressed (either immediately or after a few seconds of pushing it) will flash, then you work out which one is the 'next' button until you get to the 12/24hr then press the Up or down pusher (usually but NOT always opposite side to the 2 previously menitioned pushers).

As for auto's or quartz that's another matter.

Hope this helps?

Jul 11, 2009 | Watches

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How do I set the time on this watch


Try this link:

http://www.seikousa.com/#FAQ

Rate, please.

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