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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is to adjust the seconds hand or minutes hand for the chronograph. Pull the crown out either one click or two ... depending on the models. Squeeze and hold the top and bottom buttons at the same time (timer stop and reset buttons). Hold down together for 2+ seconds. The chronograph hands should reset by spinning around and stopping at 0. If the don't stop right at zero, you can now adjust where they stop. Leave the crown where it is in that same position out. Press the top chronograph button and hold it down for fast movement or short presses for fine movement to adjust til it stops at the top. This will adjust where the seconds hand stops. Then click the bottom chrono button once. Repeat what you did with the top chrono button and it should allow you to fine tune the position for the next dial, and so on. When you are done, press the crown back in all the way to the normal position.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
The Lupah has a chronograph so dont worry about the sub dials while your setting the time. Pull the crown out to the first position and set the time. For the date pull out to the second position and set the date.
To set the chronograph sweep arm pull the crown out and press and hold down the start button. The sweep arm will move into position. Stop it on the 12:00 or 0 position.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
If your lupah has a screwdown crown (middle button), you need to unscrew it. Pull out the middle button 1 click (it should have 2 clicks...if it's all the way pulled out, then you have gone too far) and turn the screw counter clockwise. Some model's you have to give them a couple good turns to adjust a single day, so don't give up if you move it a quarter turn and nothing moves. Once done adjusting, just push the crown back in and lock it down (lock down crown isn't a necessity. It is rather a means of keeping water at pressure from entering your time piece. So don't freak out if your model doesn't have a screwdown crown. Not all of them do). Best of luck to you!
Posted on Jul 02, 2010
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