Question about Watches
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I HAVE AN E377 RF
You need to remove the battery in order to stop the watch. You may have to short the watch's battery terminals after battery removal to discharge the internal capacitor, or just wait until it stops. Next you need to align all of the hands to the 12 O'Clock position. Follow the instruction booklet to do this, by pressing S1(top right button) and holding it until the watch starts to race forward (all 3 hands will move) then you can release it. When the hands reach approx. 11:59, press S1 again to halt the speeding motion. Now be very patient and make brief presses of S1 to advance the hands by one second at a time, until the watch shows all 3 hands at the 12 O'Clock position. When you have achieved this press S4 (Lower left button) for 1 second to confirm. (tedious beyond question)
After the LCD display switches on, set the time zone as instructed in the instruction booklet.
If auto synchronisation doesn't work and the watch moves to 12:03 or thereabouts, then carry out a manual sync, by following the instructions under 'Manual Signal Reception', or wait until the next auto update at 3am.
Let me know if you need any further help.
Posted on May 20, 2009
You don't say what make of watch you have but I think they work in a similar manner to mine, so try this.
Press the mode button (usually the lower left one) and observe the LCD screen. Each time you press the mode button the screen should change to a different setting mode. Keep pressing it until you find one that allows you to set the hands (on mine it is "HS"). Some experiment may be needed.
When you have found the setting you need, press the buttons on the right to move the hands forward or backward until the correct time is indicated.
When you finished, press the mode button until the normal timekeeping mode returned.
Posted on Jul 24, 2011
Check you have the battery in the correct way and it is the right voltage/one for your watch
Posted on Apr 26, 2012
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