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It is a good chance the hand has been dislodge by a drop or jar. This will need to be dismantled to fix

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SOURCE: hi my Guess chronograpah 123503G1 keeps getting

mcdevito75 here, Sounds like your Guess watch neds some service, cleaning, oil etc. You can check with the repairservice directory right here at fixya, bottom of this page click on repair service directory then watches.

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Swatch diaphane second hand stuck


Hello, a week ago the small second hand (not long chrono second hand) got stucked and my irony swatch just stop moving. Although the chronometer could be running if started... The small hand just didn't move.
I tried different tricks, like removing battery, pull out main wheel and use chrono buttons to reset arms. Etc.
Today I noticed that when turning the wheel backwards a couple of times (one or two hours back) the little hand moved one second back... Pushing wheel back to On possition made the small hand move forward one second and get stucked again.
Then I did this procedure a couple of times, at some point I turned the wheel back for a while (may be 5 full turns) and noticed the small hand moved more than one second (5, 10, 15 seconds backward)... when I noticed it was moving freely I pushed wheel to on position and noticed the small second hand was running normal.. I hope it works for some of you. Greettings from Canada

Nov 06, 2012 | Swatch Diaphane Chronograph Blooded Silver...

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How To Set The Time/Calendar For Your Seiko Watch


<span style="font-weight: bold;">Time Setting for Models Without Calendar</span><br /><span style="font-style: italic;">Note: When setting the minute hand of a quartz watch, advance it a few minutes ahead of the time and then turn it back to the exact time.</span><br /> <ol> <li>Pull out the crown all the way. <span style="font-style: italic;">Note: If your watch has three hands, pull out the crown when the second hand is pointing to 12 o'clock.</span></li> <li>Adjust the time by turning the crown in the desired direction.</li> <li>Push the crown back in to the normal position.<span style="font-style: italic;"> Note: If your watch has three hands, push the crown back in to the normal position in accordance with a time signal for "00" seconds.</span></li></ol><span style="font-weight: bold;">Time/Calendar Setting for Models With Calendar</span><br /><span style="font-style: italic;">Note: The date will change gradually between 9:00 PM and 4:00 AM. For some models, however, it will change instantly when the hands pass the 12 o'clock marker at midnight.</span><br /> <ul style="font-weight: bold;"> <li>For models with date calendar</li></ul> <ol> <li>Pull out the crown to the first click.</li> <li>Turn the crown until the previous day's date appears in the calendar frame.</li> <li>Pull out the crown to the second click, and advance the hour and minute hands until the desired date appears. <span style="font-style: italic;">Note: If your watch has three hands, pull out the crown when the second hand is pointing to 12 o'clock.</span></li> <li>Adjust the time by turning the crown in the desired direction.</li> <li>Push the crown back in to the normal position.<span style="font-style: italic;"> Note: If your watch has three hands, push the crown back in to the normal position in accordance with a time signal for "00" seconds.</span></li></ol> <ul style="font-weight: bold;"> <li>For models with day and date calendar</li></ul> <ol> <li>Pull out the crown to the first click.</li> <li>Turn the crown until the previous day's date appears in the calendar frame.</li> <li>Turn the crown in the opposite direction until the desired language (bilingual) for the day before the desired day appears in the calendar frame. <span style="font-style: italic;">Note: For Cal. 7009 and 7019, push the crown back in to the normal position and then push it repeatedly to set the day.</span><br /></li> <li>Pull out the crown to the second click, and advance the hour and minute hands until the desired date and day appears. <span style="font-style: italic;">Note: If your watch has three hands, pull out the crown when the second hand is pointing to 12 o'clock.</span></li> <li>Adjust the time by turning the crown in the desired direction.</li> <li>Push the crown back in to the normal position.<span style="font-style: italic;"> Note: If your watch has three hands, push the crown back in to the normal position in accordance with a time signal for "00" seconds.</span></li></ol><span style="font-weight: bold;">Note:</span> Do not change the calendar between 9:00 PM and 4:00 AM as it may not change properly. If it is necessary to set the calendar during that time period, first change the time to any time outside those hours, set the calendar and then reset the correct time. When the day shifts automatically to the next day, the other language will temporarily appear.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Note:</span> When setting the hour hand, check that AM/PM is correctly set. The watch is designed so that the calendar changes once in 24 hours.<br /><span style="font-style: italic;">Turn the hands past the 12 o'clock marker to determine whether the time is set for the AM or PM period. If the calendar changes, the time is set for the AM period. If it does not change, the time is set for the PM period.</span><br />

on Feb 15, 2011 | Watches

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Hi my Guess chronograpah 123503G1 keeps getting stuck. First it appeared that the hand on the small seconds dial face was stuck. The watch wwill not keep time while this was stuck. If I shake the watch...


mcdevito75 here, Sounds like your Guess watch neds some service, cleaning, oil etc. You can check with the repairservice directory right here at fixya, bottom of this page click on repair service directory then watches.

Aug 03, 2010 | Guess 17558L1 17558 Watch for Women

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My TGHK watch is stuck in ''military time'' and I've lost the instruction manual. Any ideas how to get it to am/pm mode?


advance the hours. The first time you go through the 24 hour cycle, it will be in am pm mode, the second time in 24 hour mode, the next time in am pm. Just keep advancing the hours until it comes up the correct time

Nov 03, 2009 | Watches

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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.

Good luck,
Techjoel

May 10, 2009 | Casio Wave Ceptor WV57HA-1AV Wrist Watch

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How dp you alter the time of the hands


  1. Press the Bottom Left side button until you reach time keeping mode.
  2. Press the Bottom Left side button 6 times to reach hand setting mode.
  3. Hold down the Top Left side button until the digital time starts to flash.
  4. Press the Bottom Right side button to advance the analog time by 20 seconds; Holding the button down will advance the time faster. Pressing both of the Right side buttons will lock the time into advancing quickly without holding buttons down; this will continue until you press a button or the clock advances 12 hours.
  5. Press the Top Left side button to exit the settings screen.
  6. Press the Bottom Left side button to return to timekeeping mode.

Mar 12, 2009 | Casio Watches

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The second hand is not moving


Got the same problem guys. i have one of the new electronic diving eco drives.
First time i managed to get it going again, by forcing all the hands to the top for diving mode, then back to normal, this action ´nudged´the minute hand back into motion, but a little later it stuck again at the same spot.
I guess mines going back to the factory, and i´m gonna b watchless for a few weeks :(

Jan 23, 2008 | Citizen 8700 BL8000-54L Wrist Watch

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Tag Timer Resets to Wrong Time


Unscrew the crown and press the lower button, this should advance the minute counting hand one press ata time. Pull ot the crown a further stop to advance the seconds hand and again to advance the tenths counter.

Nov 04, 2007 | Tag Heuer Watches

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Tissot PRS 200 cannot reset counter hand (the counter stuck especially in the morning)


The owners manual mentions how to fix this but the instructions are not 100% clear. You can download the PRS200 manual here:
http://www.tissot.ch/data/usersmanual/134-en.pdf

Each of the 3 chrono hands are reset separately. Unscrew the crown and pull it all the way out (2 stops out). Press button A (top right) as many times as necessary until the hand is on the 30. Each press moves the hand one tick so you may need to press it several times.

Next push in the crown one click.
Press button B (bottom right) as many times as necessary to advance the 60 second hand to 12'oclock.
Press button A to advance the 1/10th hand to 0.

The part I did not get at first is the fact that you need to press the A and B buttons several times to advance each hand 1 tick at a time until they are all pointing to 12'oclock.

Oct 22, 2007 | Raymond Weil W1

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