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The Waveceptor is such a complex watch that they have devoted an entire website/help for just this brand. I have given you a link to help out. Best regards. Jewel http://waveceptor.casio.com/support/
See: http://ftp.casio.co.jp/pub/world_manual/wat/en/qw4303.pdf and go to the section "Adjusting the Home Position"
This is a "calibration" procedure to get the motor of the analog movement back to the home position of 12:00. This worked for me, after replacing the battery.
Note that in this procedure the hour hand does not move separately, but moves with the minute hand. So to get the hour hand to move, you have to let the minute hand spin a number of times until you get the hour hand up to twelve o'clock.