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How do I set the days of the week to change..? The hour and minute hand work fine but the day of the week won't change

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SOURCE: Setting the day on my watch

Try this: pull out the winding crown to the first click and change the date. Memorize which way the crown turns to do that. Now turn the crown in opposite direction and the day should adjust.
This solution wrks for most of the makes.
If this doesb't work - submit the make, model and all the writings on watch caseback.

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You wouldnt think a whole lot could go wrong with a Suunto battery change. If they had trouble getting the coin access back off and unscrewed the case then the button contacts might be out of line causing your problem. You might also check to be sure that they put the right battery in and that there are no pry marks as sometimes there are problems getting the battery out. If any excessive pressure was placed on the circuit board and it cracked it will need to be replaced.

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its a solar watch meaning you have to completely charge the watch under artificial light for 24 hours or full sun for 6 hours

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You only have to pull the crown of your watch to its third position ( to set the time) so that if you turn it until it reaches 2am or 3 am the day moves and you have to continue it until you reach the exact day of the week. Then, you don't have to set the 24 hour on the watch because the time remains the same on with the time on your watch. observe it. I hope that i had solve your problem.

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How do i set the day (Mon-Sun) on my ax2013 watch?


When you pull the crown out there are two positions. The first is the day/date setting position. Turn the crown one way and the date changes, the other direction the day of the week changes. Set both the day and date to yesterday. It will become evident why when you finish. Now pull the crown all the way out and notice when you turn the crown the hands move. Advance the hands to the 12 o'clock position in a clockwise direction. As you pass 12 the date may begin to change. If not then you now know that was noon and not midnight because the date only changes at midnight. If the date did not change advance the hands all the way around 12 hours. This will now be midnight and the date should begin to change. It may be almost instantaneous or may take until 12:30 or so. Continue advancing the hands to 4 o'clock. You should see between midnight and 4 the day of the week advance. Now the day/date are correct for today and the final step is to set the correct time. Remember, you are now set a 4 AM. Advance the hands to the correct time. That means if it is 3 in the afternoon, you must advance past noon to 3. You cannot go backwards. That would be 3 AM!

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How to set the wr330 watch lost instructions.


On the face of the watch, there are four buttons arranged around the circle of the watch face in four positions. Starting with the upper left hand button (labelled SET), and working clockwise around the face of the watch (to ADJ., EL, and MODE), I'll label the buttons "A", "B", "C", and "D".

In other words...
Button "A" is the button labelled "SET" in the upper left hand corner of the watch.
Button "B" is the button labelled "ADJ." in the upper right hand corner of the watch.
Button "C" is the button labelled EL in the lower right hand corner of the watch.
Button "D" is the button labelled "MODE" in the lower left hand corner of the watch.

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1. Press and hold D as if you were setting the alarm. As above, the stopwatch will momentarily appear and then after 2 seconds the alarm time will appear with the hour flashing.
2. Press and release D and the seconds on the time of day will begin to flash.
3. Press and release B to reset the seconds to zero provided they are below 30. If they are above 30, the seconds will reset and the minutes of the time of day will advance by one.
4. Press and release A to change from flashing seconds to flashing minutes/flashing hours/flashing day of the month/flashing month of the year/flashing day of the week. In each flashing mode, pressing and releasing B advances the value by one unit.
5. Press and release D to exit time setting mode.

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Thank you for contacting FixYa.
Pull the crown out to position No. 3, turn clockwise to go to hour and minutes hands; the small dial showing days of the week will move, and the 24-hour dial will also move correspondingly.To set the date, pull the crown out to position No. 2 and turn clockwise until you have set the desired date; push the crown back to position No. 1.

Multifunction watch:Pull the crown out to position No. 3, turn clockwise to go to hour and minutes hands; the small dial showing days of the week will move, and the 24-hour dial will also move correspondingly.To set the date, pull the crown out to position No. 2 and turn clockwise until you have set the desired date; push the crown back to position No. 1.

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How do I change the "day of the week" on my Tommy Bahama 1072 watch?


But the first notch, or first snap, is the secret and the key to setting the Day and Date! In the first notch position, you'll see that if you spin the Crown one way, it will change the Day. Spin it in the opposite direction and it changes the Date! Do keep in mind that you may have to spin the Day and Date a couple rotations because it most likely will alternate between English and Spanish. Just pick the correct Language for you and it's done! When the Day and Date are set, push the Stem in all the way and enjoy your Watch! If you still have the problem with your Watch changing Dates at Noon instead of Midnight, that just means you're on the wrong 12 hr cycle. (It's set for Twelve at Night instead of Twelve at Noon) All you need to do is pull the Stem all the way out, (second notch) and Spin the Minute and Hour hands ahead 12 hours. If it's Twelve O'Clock, spin it ahead until it's Twelve O'Clock again. Doing that will put the Watch on the correct 12 hour cycle. Granted, you may have to reset your Day and Date again since you just advanced it, but at least you'll be in the correct Time Zone! Happy Spinning! google_protectAndRun("ads_core.google_render_ad", google_handleError, google_render_ad);

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How do you set the day of the week?


Since you didnt tell me what KIND of watch it is I am giving you a general instructions.

  • Wait until the second hand is at zero (the top of the dial). Then pull the crown knob out as far as it will go to set the time on your watch. Turn the knob in either direction and look at the three additional hands on the time dials of your watch: the minute hand, the hour hand and the 24-hour hand.
  • Step 2 Stop turning the knob when all minute and hour hands are pointing to the correct time. Pay special attention to the 24-hour hand so that you have a.m. or p.m. correct.
  • Step 3 Push the knob back in exactly when a new minute is starting so that your second hand will be correct. Use another clock you know to be accurate as a reference, such as the government clock available online.
  • Step 4 Pull the knob out halfway so you can set the date. Turn it counterclockwise until you notice the date on the watch changing. Stop it and push the knob back in to its starting position once you reach the correct one. Try to set the date before 9 p.m. If you set it after that time, it may not register with your watch that it should switch the date at midnight. If this happens with your watch, just fix it the next day.
  • Step 5 Set the chronograph, or big dial, on your watch. It works like a stopwatch to let you time activities for up to one hour. Push the top button on the side of your watch to start it. Push it again to stop it. Push the bottom button on the side of your watch to reset it.

  • It would certainly help if next time you let us know what kind of watch it is you have, Best of luck.

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    How to set day of week mini dial?


    Pull out the crown and advance hands forwards. When the hour and minute hand will pass 12 o'clock (midnight), you will notice the day hand will jump to the next (following) day. Advance hands as long as needed to reach the desired day.

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    Changing the hand time only w/o changing the digital time


    For Casio Waveceptor:

    --- A
    ( ) Button Reference
    --- B

    Set in correct order:
    1) Hand Home Position
    2) Digital Time Set

    1) Hand Home Position:
    Press and hold A and B for 5 seconds, Press A to move Second Hand to 12: position: (if not there). Press B to enter Hour/Min set mode. Press A to move both hands to 12: position. Hold A to move hands fast, Press A again to stop hands. All 3 hands are now at 12' oclock.

    Press B to exit Hand Home Position mode and enter Timekeeping Mode.

    2) Digital Time Set: (hands will self set when done)
    Press and hold B for 5 seconds to enter setting mode.
    Press A to advance current item or scroll through choices. Press B to set item and advance to next item.

    <Order of Items to Set>
    GMT Differential -> Daylight Savings auto/on/off -> Seconds -> Hour -> Minutes -> Year -> Month -> Day -> Day of week language -> Auto receive -> (back to Timekeeping Mode).

    <Setting each Item>
    GMT Differential: Press A untill your time zone is reached (E=eastern, C=central, M=mountain, P=pacific). Press B to set (advances to next item).

    Daylight Savings: Press A untill desired DST mode is reached: ("At" auto, "On" after spring change, "Of" after fall change) Press B to set (advances to next item).

    Repeat to set: Seconds (resets to :00), Hour, Minutes, Year, Month, Day, Day of Week Language, and Auto Receive (on/off).
    For each item, Press A to advance, and B to set.

    Pressing B to set last item exits Setting Mode and enters Timekeeping Mode. Hands advance to current time.

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    Techjoel

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    Pull the stem out part of the way not all of the way. This will allow you to change the date quickly without the day moving.

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