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A watch is only useful if it displays the correct time. Over time, your watch may display the incorrect time as the battery wears down. After installing a new battery, you will also need to reset the time. All Invicta watches have similar instructions for setting the time. Setting the time does not require any tools or equipment.
Unscrew crown. Some models of Sector Sport watches may have a screw down crown. Watches meant to be used in water will often have this feature. To test this try spinning the crown freely in both directions. If it does not spin freely it has a screw down crown. If your Sector has a screw-down crown, turn it in a counter clockwise motion to unscrew it until it pops free.
Pull crown out one click and set date. If the watch has a date perform this step, if not move on to the next step. Pull the crown out one click. Twist crown clockwise and counter clockwise to set the day and date to the previous days day and date. The purpose of this is to set the date by setting the time and insuring the watch is in the correct a.m. and p.m. mode.
Pull crown out to the next click and set time. Pull the crown out the to next click. This is the time setting mode. Set the time by turning the crown clockwise until the day or date changes to the current date. This is the a.m. mode. Continue to the correct time. If it is a p.m. time this will require moving one full circuit of the dial past the twelve again and then to the correct time. If you fail to do this, the date will change at noon. If there is no date, simply set it to the correct time.
Push in and screw down crown to retain water resistance. Push crown down into its furthest setting. If it is a screw-down crown, press the crown in with a finger and twist it clockwise. Be careful here not to cross thread the crown in the crown tube or it will need to be replaced. It should be smooth and easy to turn. If any pressure or resistance is felt stop and start over. If you fail to screw in a screw down crown your Sector Sport watch will not be water resistant.
Of course, there is the way to do that. Try to pull out crown carefully and you will notice that there are two positions (clicks). Second click is when the crown is fully pulled out and the watch hands move by turning crown. But there is first click (lets say - crown is pulled just half way out). In this position the date/day can be quickly changed by turning the crown. Crown=winder.
mcdevito75 here, The crown should be a 2 position crown, try this, pull out the crown as if to set the hands, rotate the hands, (adjust the time) around the dial until you have the right day, Now! push the crown in, Now! slip your finger nail just under the crown and lift the crown to it"s first notch or position, this should allow you to turn the crown and adjust the date, when at the date push the crown back in and your done.
No special combination. hopefuly this is just a matter of the stem being stuck in the wrong place on the set bridge. This is easy enough to fix for a watch maker/technician and wont take but a moment. The extreme end of the problem would be that you have a mass of problems in the gear train and the movement needs to be serviced. In this case I would demand that the movement be replaced as opposed to being serviced. These days most movement repairs are cheaper and more effective when the movement is replaced. In either case take your watch to a watch maker/technician. Be sure that whom ever you take it to has a pressure testing machine to insure the watch has been resealed. The Luminox is sturdy and built for water and you do not want to lose the integrity of the seal. It is too easy to do with the style of back they use.
your problem is in setting lever,when the setting lever is jumping the stem cannot get back and lock,you better unscrew the complete barrel drum bridge plate take it out ,and the winding pinion is expose,take the winding gear and the setting lever is expose then arrange the alignment,align the winding pinion to the setting lever,alignment is ok.back bridge plate and screw,,make some winding of the crown,let see rachet wheel can turn transmission wheel of complete barrel drum,if can then checked the stem if already lock.,if lock already the job is done,...email if you some question regarding a watch ;firstname.lastname@example.org
nice noon to you ! you need to open the crown ,to open the crown , wind it counter clockwise until the crown lose then pull it and adjust the time after set the time ,push the crown and wind it clockwise until the crown fix tight,