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Replaced battery. now watch doesn't start running for a couple of minutes after setting time and pushing in the crown

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Could be following reason
1, Battery does not connect with movement
2, Movement required cleaning
3, Battery is not good

Take to any expert watchmaker and have it check & if you are in chicago we do free check and estimate.
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Posted on Sep 30, 2009

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How to set the day of the week


here is your manual (I think)
http://cdn.invictawatch.com/invictawatch/website2014/webroot//uploads/manuals/2-8040n-pdf

If not, their site is pretty good.

http://invictawatch.com/service/view-the-instruction-manuals

nice video but as good as a chocolate teapot!

https://youtu.be/iv0aXQNH4yY


anyway, here is your info

Invicta Watch Setting Instructions By Ashley Brown eHow Contributor Found This Helpful A watch is only useful if it displays the correct time. Over time, your watch may display the incorrect time as the battery wears down. After installing a new battery, you will also need to reset the time. All Invicta watches have similar instructions for setting the time. Setting the time does not require any tools or equipment.

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Watches with Time Only
  1. Pull out the crown. The hour and minute hands will stop.
  2. Turn the crown until the hour and minute hands are positioned on the correct time.
  3. Push in the crown to start the watch.
Watches with Time and Date
  1. Pull out the crown to the first position. The crown can be pulled out to two different positions. Pull gently once to reach the first position.
  2. Turn the crown until it reaches the correct numerical date.
  3. Pull out the crown to the second position.
  4. Turn the crown until the hour and minute hands correspond to the correct time.
  5. Push in the crown twice. It should now be resting firmly against the watch, in its original position.
Watches with Time, Day and Date
  1. Pull out the crown to the first position.
  2. Turn the crown to reach the correct day.
  3. Turn the crown clockwise to reach the correct date.
  4. Pull out the crown again to the second position.
  5. Turn the crown until the hour and minute hands display the correct time.
  6. Push in the crown twice so it rests against the watch. The crown should be back in its original position.


Read more : http://www.ehow.com/how_7352591_invicta-watch-setting-instructions.html

Sep 13, 2015 | Invicta Watches

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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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How do I change the day, date etc on a GENEVA 7391 watch


read the instruction manual, Geneva Watches with Two or Three Hands
  1. Pull the crown out until you feel a click.
  2. Turn the crown counterclockwise until you have the correct time.
  3. Push the crown back in to set the time.
Geneva Watches with Two or Three Hands and a Date Window
  1. Pull the crown out until you feel two clicks. This second click position allows you to set the time.
  2. Turn the crown counter clockwise until you have the correct time. Push the crown all the way in to set the time.
  3. Pull the crown out until you feel one click. This first click position allows you to set the date.
  4. Turn the crown counterclockwise until you have the correct date. Push the crown back in to set the date.
Multi-Function Geneva Watches
  1. Pull the crown out until you feel two clicks. This second click position allows you to set the day.
  2. Rotate the crown counter clockwise until you have the correct day. Push the crown in to set the day.
  3. Pull the crown out until you feel a second click to set the time or the 24-hour hand.
  4. Turn the crown clockwise until you have the correct time, then push the crown in to set it.
  5. Pull the crown out just one click to set the date. Turn the crown clockwise until you have the correct date, then push the crown in to set it.
Geneva Chronograph Watches
  1. Pull the crown out two clicks. This second click position allows you to set the time.
  2. Turn the crown clockwise until you have the correct time, then push the crown in to set it.
  3. Pull the crown out just one click to set the date. Turn the crown clockwise until you have the correct date, then push the crown in to set it.
  4. Stop and start the chronograph by pressing the PA button, located above the crown.
  5. Reset the chronograph by pressing the PB button just below the crown. The PB button returns the chronograph second and minute hands to their original positions of zero.
Automatic Geneva Watches
  1. Wind the mainspring by turning the crown 15 to 20 times clockwise.
  2. Pull the crown out until it clicks.
  3. Turn the crown counterclockwise until you have the correct time, then push the crown in to set the time.
Tips & Warnings
  • Do not set the date or time between 8 p.m. and 3 a.m. to avoid damage to your Geneva watch. The gears sit too close together during these times.
  • If your Geneva watch becomes wet, wipe it dry as soon as possible. Keep your watch away from saunas and hot tubs, as the extreme heat diminishes the watch's water resistance.




Read more : http://www.ehow.com/how_6134550_set-date-time-geneva-watch.html

Jul 13, 2015 | Geneva Watches

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Getting a watch to start


Does it have a small plastic piece that should be discarded behing the crown? Remove it and push the crown in. Should start if it is a battery powered watch. If it is a windup or automatic you need to wind it first. Move the crown back and forth between between your fingers and give at least a dozen winds. If it is Seiko automatic you can't wind it. You must wave it sideways several times to wind, maybe a couple of minutes. If it is a Kinetic, do the same.

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I'm able to set the time and date but once i push the crown back to its original place the watch doesn't start so i push the upper bumper and the seconds begin to run nevertheless the minutes never...


your watch is chronograph,. and it is not in the picture. probably your problem is the second hand won,t move, it is because that the sub dial on the lower part it is the real second hand. the big second hand is for the stopwatch. the to sub dial on the upper sides of your watch. the upper button/bumper is to start and stop the stopwatch or the big second hand and the bottom bumper/button is to reset it. i hope this can solve the problem...

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Hi, I am a seiko 8f33 perpetual calendar watch. I just got it back from Seiko...had the battery changed and new band. the problem is that I tried to set the date and the watch stopped working. Does...


Hi,
If your watch stopped working while changing the time it can be for a couple of reason . One is i never set the watch between the hours of 11 pm and 4 am or else your movement can be damaged. The main reason is usually that the watch crown was not pushed all the way in to the first set . If the watch crown and stem is pulled out and not in the start position the watch will not run. Also after setting time you might need to reengage the watch by pressing on the jumper buttons on the top side of the crown they look like push buttons.

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How to set the clock how do i no the battery good just got it


If the watch is not running it's probably the battery. To set, pull the crown out and turn to adjust the time. Push the crown in to run the watch. If the watch is new the battery should be OK but take it back to the store if it doesn't run. If you bought it used take it to any watch shop for a battery replacement. Sears does it for about $8 or less.

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Need instructions on National Geographic Men's watch #NG010GYSK




go to Buliva web site and look for the chorograph 561/598
FEATURES
1. Hours, minutes, seconds and date display.
2. 60 minute Chronograph (CHRONO) with minutes and
seconds display.
3. 24 hour hand, permanently synchronized with the normal
12 hour hand.
A. SETTING THE TIME
1. Pull the crown out to position “3” (See diagram). If the crown has
a “screw-down” lock, then unscrew the crown lock first by turning
the crown toward you, then pull it to position “3”. Do not forget to
screw the crown back “IN” after all setting is completed.
2. Turn the crown towards you (hands moves clockwise) until the
date changes at approximately midnight.
3. Continue turning the hour and minute hands to the correct time.
If it is afternoon you must go past 12 o’clock again (noon) to set
the correct time.
4. When the correct time is set,push crown back to position “1”.
B. SETTING THE DATE
1. Pull crown to position “2”(See proceeding diagram).The watch
will continue to run.
2. Turn the crown away from you until the correct date appears.
3. Once the date is set, push the crown back to position “1”.
Note: Do NOT set the date between the hours of 8:00 PM and
3:00 AM.This would not damage the watch,but the date may need
to be reset later.
C. CHRONOGRAPH (CHRONO) ADJUSTMENT
If the chrongraph second hand is not positioned at the proper
starting position (12 o’clock or “zero” position), use the below
procedure.It does not need to be repeated unless the watch
receives an impact sufficient to move the hand out of position, or
the Battery has been changed.
1. Pull crown out to position “3”.
2. Push button “A” to move the Chrono Second hand (long hand) to
the “0” or 12 o’clock position. Each button push will move the
hand one step – BUT holding the button down will advance the
hand rapidly.
3. Push crown back to position “1”.
D. USING THE CHRONOGRAPH (CHRONO)
Note:
The maximum chrono reading is 60 minutes, However the
chrono will continue running once 60 minutes has passed. The
resulting one hour periods may be added together mentally to keep
track of longer periods.
For example – If you know that approximately one hour has
passed since you started the chronograph, and the chrono reads
25 minutes, then you know that the chrono has been running 60
minutes plus 25 minutes, which is one hour and 25 minutes.
1. Push Button “A” to start the chronograph. Push button “A” again
to stop the chronograph.
2. Push button “B” to return the two chronograph hands to the
“Zero” or starting point.
3. The Chronograph can be stopped and started again
(Button “A”), repeatedly, to “ADD” times together.
BOOK NO. 561/598 Chrono FS00/01/10
BOOK NO. 561/598 Chrono FS00/01/10
Watch Setting Guide
4/2007

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Unscrew the crown and pull out halfway. Use the stopwatch buttons to advance the hand to where you want it. Then push the crown back in and screw it down. You may need to pull the crown out all the way--I cannot recall which setting controls the minute hand and which the hour hand on the stopwatch function. This has to be done every time the battery is changed.

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I did find two authorized dealers:
www.kenmarwatches.com
www.princetownwatches.com
Contact both and request users manual fur your specific model. They must be able to help.

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