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I am trying to adjust it to the proper time and when I pull out the 'crown' the time does not stop and so I cannot adjust it. Should I wait for it to stop and then try to reset the time?

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Frasermundia,It sounds like you want to "hack" the setting...ie, stop the second hand when setting the time...however, this specific automatic movement isn't designed to do it. You might be able to get the second hand to stop...after unscrewing the crown and pulling it out to its 2nd position...by slightly turning the crown back and forth very small amounts; it's a bit flukey and doesn't always work. Your other option is to let it run out of reserve power and stop, as you said...and then set it and wind it.
Good luck!

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Try to pull out the crown in 2 clicks and rotating it

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You need to twist the crown (little screw on the right side of the piece) counter clockwise until it slightly pops out. This is position 1. You need to pull the crown outward gently until you feel a lug sensation. This is position 2. Turn the crown to adjust the 'date' until you reach yesterday's date (one date before what you actually want). Then pull the crown outward again feeling that lug sensation. This is position 3. Turn the crown so the minute-hand swings in the normal movement of time (don't swing it backwards). Keep doing this until the 'date' turns to the current date. Now your piece is set on the correct date and the minute-hand is in the "a.m." Now keep turning the crown until you've reach the current time (noting the am/pm period you want). Push the crown inward to Position 2, then to Position 1. Turn the crown while in Position 1 to wind the spring. How many times depends on your brand, mine is 35-40 turns. Once I am done, push in the crown and turn simultaneously to lock it down. It will stop when it is seated properly.

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