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Pull out the crown to the alarm setting position. The crown is located on the right side of the face of the watch. Pull the crown out until "AL", the alarm indicator, is shown on the watch. Depending upon the model of your Tag Heuer Aquaracer watch, you will either pull the crown out in the first or second position.
Select the hours and minuets for the alarm. Once your watch is in the alarm setting position, press the bottom right button on your watch. This will enable you to select the hours and minuets that you want to set the alarm for.
Set your alarm. To begin setting your alarm turn the crown clockwise until the desired hour or minutes are displayed on your Tag Heuer Aquaracer watch. If you happen to accidentally pass the alarm time, turn the crown counter-clockwise the get back to the desired alarm time.
Save your alarm. When you are ready to save your alarm, simply push in the crown. Once your alarm sounds, to silence it press any button on your Tag Heuer Aquaracer watch.
Pull the crown out to the first position, and then you may find that successive pushes of the upper pushbutton will move one of the chrono hands by one division, and the lower pushbutton will move a different chrono hand. Similarly if you pull the crown out to the second position, the pushbuttons will control the other chrono hands. In this way you can set each of the chrono hands to their zero positions. Hope this works..
I have owned two Tag dive watches. They both have issues with the stem. You have to press it in very hard, then turn it counter clock wise tll it pops out, then you can set the time, which needs to be done (at least on these two) on months with different # days. If the stem won't move, place a few drops of "3 in1" oil, or even olive oil on it, give it a few minutes, dry off the outside, then try again - it always works for me. When pushing it back in, turn it clockwise. The next time you set the time, it'll be ++ easier.
Yes, there are solution for that, but you will not be able to solve it yourself as the new part is needed. That new part is called BEZEL SPRING and it is fitted underneath the bezel. Bezel spring has special hooks pressed into it and allows to turn the bezel one way only (anticlockwise), at the same time stopping the bezel to turn clockwise. Another cause can be that the dirt and grime are collected between the bezel and the watch case (this is where the bezel spring is located) and is stopping functionality of the bezel spring by leting the bezel slide over the hooks. This can be fixed by cleaning the watch case in ultrasonic cleaner. Anyway- if the bezel is rotating on its own, I suggest that the bezel spring is broke and you will need to replace it. Do not forget to rate, please.
Yes it is correct as your watch has a counterclockwise crown forward setting direction. This is due to the specificaly layered lever and setting gear construction, so, nothing wrong with your watch. Do not forget to rate, please.
Tags have a screw down crown (winder knob) turn the knob counter clock-wise until you feel the crown unscrew (not off) then pull the crown carfully. It will pop once this is for date adjust. Then pull once more and you can now adjust the hands, set accordingly then push crown back in. After you push it back in gently compress the crown and tighten clockwise until it stops. CAUTION!!!!!!! Tags are not waterproof if the crown is not screwed back down. I hope this helps I am actually a car guy (just happen to own a couple)