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These are the things you might need about the watch.
1. Turn the crown clockwise while it is in position 2 to manually wind the watch.It will stop if it has not been worn out or put in a watch winder for roughly two days.
2. Pull the crown out one notch to position 3 to change the time.Turn the crown clockwise to move the minute hand.
3. Push the crown back into the watch while turning it clockwise to return the crown to position 1.The crown should be tight to ensure the watch case is waterproof.
4. Operate the stopwatch and chronograph function by pressing the button located above the crown on the 3 o clock side of the watch.Stop the stopwatch by pressing the button again,Reset the stopwatch by pressing the button below the crown.
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Your watch is fitted with chronograph movement 5040D made by Ronda (Switzerland). If you take a closer look, then you will realise that the subdial at 3 o'clock is counting seconds allready. This is your seconds dial, not the big one. The big seconds hand actually is the chronograph hand (stopwatch) and, when activated, works together with 1/10th counter. Follow this link and see for yourself:
Find movement 5040D and click on INTERACTIVE version.
I'm not sure which stopwatch you have, but if it's a 3 button one with Split on the left, Mode in the middle and Start/Stop on the right, try pressing the left and right button at the same time. Hopefully, this will turn it off. The little 'sound waves' should disappear. Good luck.
The larger second hand on the Pulsar PF8036 is part of the stopwatch feature. The upper button starts/stops the stopwatch feature, and the lower button operates the lap/reset function. Why they made the larger hand work only with the stopwatch instead of the smaller hand to the left is beyond me, but that's how it is designed.