Question about The Watches
After the battery was replaced, the sweep hands began to move, but the set buttons failed to function according to the directions. Without the set buttons working, the watch cannot be reset manually.
Purchase some contact cleaner either online or at an electronics store. Remove the back from the watch and then drip the contact cleaner onto the contact side of the set buttons inside the watch. Then depress the set buttons repeatedly to work in the solution. You may have to repeat a few times. By cleaning the contacts it is likely the set buttons will work again.
Posted on May 27, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My watch hands don't move
The best way is to go back to the shop and ask for users manual or ask to set the watch.
If you still need any further advice- upload watch model, number, all the details e.t.c.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
Hey, it sounds like your watch is just fine! A nice watch to inherit.
The small second hand on the sub-dial is your normal second hand.
The large second hand is the second timer for your chronograph feature.
It should only move when you hit the side buttons. One of them (usually the top plunger/ button) will start the Chrono timer and then hitting it again will stop it. The bottom button should reset the hand to the 12 o'clock/ zero marker.
If the large hand is not functioning at all then there may be something wrong with the watch; perhaps the buttons are not making full contact within the watch or the hand may be stuck and need repair.
Hope this answers your questions. Post more questions if need be.
Congrats on your new watch.
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
If the problem started immediately after you dropped it, then the impact is likely to have damaged it and a trip top the dealer is unavoidable.
Whatever the cause of your problem it is best left to watch repairer to sort it out.
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
You have to change day by the means of moving hands clockwise. Move as long as the desired day appears in window, then adjust the date and set time. Rate me, plz.
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks so much. I thought I had tried what you suggested already, but apparently I hadn't. The watch is now set correctly. Thanks again!"
DO AMASTER RESET TO YOUR WATCH!PULL FULL OUT THE STEM(CROWN)THEN TURN THE HANDS TO THE RIGHT TIME THEN RESET THE CHRONOGRAPH AND THE ALARM WITH THE TWO BUTTONS(SEE YOUR MANUAL.IF YOU HAVENT TRY TO DOWNLOAD IT FROM ANY SITE OF SEIKO SUPPORT).THEN PUT THE CROWN IN.IF THE PROBLEM REMAINS THE ONLY SOLUTION IS THE SIKO SERVICE!THEY ARE NOT EXPENSIVE AND MAKE GOOD WORK!DONT GIVE THE WATCES EVEN FOR THE BATTERY TO THE MONKEYMAGICIANSGURU JEWELERS THEY ARE WATCH RUINERS!
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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