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Pulsar Analogue Ladies Watch - no calendar

Cannot get the watch to start. I have set the time and moved the watch left to right for 30 seconds (plus). Any Ideas?? Bill.

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  • Anonymous Dec 31, 2008

    I have the same problem with my women's PEG699X wristwatch. There is a disk in the back that sticks out perpindicular to the back of the watch, and that type is not shown in the watch-setting directions. It is not a digital watch, and there is no nob on the side, so I tried the swinging method on mine as well, which did not work.

    The Pulsar website is beyond useless, it just shows me pictures of watches and plays loud techno music. I think I am going to try to contact the company for help becuase I don't know what else to do at this point.

    I will let you know if I have any advancements.




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    Pulsar analogue type

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    Pulsar analogue type

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Replaced the Battery.

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