Question about Pulsar Tech Gear PF3183 Wrist Watch
Actually, the reference to YF62 is incorrect for the PF3183. The site is correct, but the calibre for this Tech Gear watch (properly pictured here) is 7T62. The link to the manual which correctly demonstrates the single time alarm setting process is:
Perhaps the original poster has this posted under the wrong wrist watch.
By the way, I own this watch and I absolutley love it. I get compliments on it all of the time.
Posted on Feb 19, 2008
On the Pulsar website they tell you that the manuals are organized by "calibre" number. I did a search and I think the calibre number of your watch is NX14. If that's right, here's a link to the manual:
If that's not the right calibre number then look at this Pulsar site to find out what is the right calibre number:
By the way, Internet Explorer kept telling me I need to download a Language Pack when I clicked on the above links. I just hit "cancel" and everything loaded fine.
At last count far less than half of the solutions I've provided have gotten a vote or a response. I think the benefit of this site is when a solution (right or wrong) get's some feedback so others can learn from it...my two cents.
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Sector 250 Chronograph Alarm
the middle dial on the right side of the watch is used to switch from watch settings to alarm settings..
pull the middle dial out to put it in alarm mode.
To set alarm:
-pull the center knob out.
-with it out you can now use the bottom (right) knob to set the alarm.
-pull the bottom right knob out one notch
-turn the knob clockwise or counter clockwise to set the alarm time
-push the knob back in (all the way)
the alarm is now set
if the center (right) knob is pulled out the alarm is ON
if the center (right) knob is pushed in the alarm is OFF
I have owned this watch for about 10 years now and love it.
the past few years the chronograph buttons (on the left side of the watch) were not working well rendering the chronograph and count down timer functions unusable.
repairing a chronographs is expensive and watch makers usually charge several hundred dollars which is not a feasible fee for a watch of this value so i decided to open it up my self and clean it up and that did the trick.. its working like new!
enjoy the watch!
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
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