Question about Watches
Pull the crown out one click then press and hold the start button until the second hand starts to move. It will move slowly first by second jumps the start to move fast.
Posted on Jan 03, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Did you recently have a battery changed. A lot of times on chronos when the battery is changed the battery has to be short circuited to the AC. Which is done by taking tweezers. & touching the positive part of the battery to the part of the watch marked AC. Then try to pull the crown all the way out to time setting position press the top rt button & the second should move keep moving until it lines up with zero. If you haven't had the battery changed try what I told you to do with the crown & the top right button.
Posted on Mar 13, 2008
It all depends on what kind of watch you have. On most watches you want to pull the stem out ( the part used to set the hands) HALF way, you will feel the "click" as you do this. Then I can't tell you which button ( because they are all differant on every watch) but one of the buttons will move the hand to the correct zeroing spot for you.
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
Easy Soultion worked for me. Believe Me I was worried only had the Seiko Sportura for a week now. My second dial for the stopwatch was re-setting to 5 seconds instead of zero. The Solution is
1. pull the Crown all the way out ( In the position you take the crown to set the time , second click ).
2. To set the minute face of stop watch , keep pressing the top button untill it is zero. To set the second needle to zero keep pressing the bottom button untill it reaches zero or where you like it to re-set each time. Depend on you.
3. Once all neddles of stopwatch are at resting postions ( usually zero) secure the crown back to its normal postion. Test your stop watch , hopefully it will go back to zero when you press the reset button. C
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Posted on Jan 05, 2009
Paste this link into your browser, find your movement caliber number and download instructions how to reset your Citizen watch:
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Posted on Jan 22, 2009
Yes, this can be recalibrated from the outside. To get your chrono hands pointing in the right direction pull the crown out to the first position then click the plunger/ chrono button. This should move your chrono hand one click at a time to get it to the right place. If this does not work try pulling the crown out to 2nd position (all the way out) and try clicking the plunger as described above.
If this STILL does not work, which it should, then you'll need to go to an Omega dealer and have them take a look at it.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
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