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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try setting the crown to position 2 - i.e. the position normally used to adjust the date. Then use the top and bottom stopwatch buttons to adjust the minute hand and 1/10th hand respectively.
Posted on Feb 22, 2008
SOURCE: luminox 8152 chrono
If you have your instruction manual it should tell you how to reset the chrono. i have the Luminox 8352 and it says to pull the crown out to the 3rd position. then press and hold both the start/stop and lap/reset buttons for a couple of seconds. you'll see the second hand rotate, then you can single click the start/stop button to manually move the second hand 1 second, or you can hold it and it will continue move for a longer period until time desired. if you need to adjust the other chrono hands, click the lap/reset button and then you can click the start/stop button again. repeat for the minute/hour chrono hand. when you're finished push the crown back in. it might work even though it's a different model, worth a shot? hope that helps. these are really great watches.
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
Easy Soultion worked for me. Believe Me I was worried only had the Seiko Sportura for a week now. My second dial for the stopwatch was re-setting to 5 seconds instead of zero. The Solution is
1. pull the Crown all the way out ( In the position you take the crown to set the time , second click ).
2. To set the minute face of stop watch , keep pressing the top button untill it is zero. To set the second needle to zero keep pressing the bottom button untill it reaches zero or where you like it to re-set each time. Depend on you.
3. Once all neddles of stopwatch are at resting postions ( usually zero) secure the crown back to its normal postion. Test your stop watch , hopefully it will go back to zero when you press the reset button. C
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Posted on Jan 05, 2009
SOURCE: I have a Timex T42351
This watch has a cool feature that allows you to change only the hour if you are changing time zones. But if you want to change the minutes as well, then pull the crown out farther. You'll find that it has four positions: Normal, pulled out one notch, pulled out two notches, and pressed in to turn on the light.
As long as we're at it, notice the crown in the four o'clock position also has three positions. In: set alarm. One notch out activates an alarm including the hour and minutes. Two notches out only activates the minute setting, so you don't have to move the hour hand all the way around.
Posted on May 22, 2009
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