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Invicta Ocean Ghost Chrono Model# 2636

Unable to get the chrono seconds hand to reset to zero. It resets to 4 minutes before 12. I tried all sorts of combinations with the pushers and crown being pulled out. Please advise? Thanks
Dan

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  • lax20 Mar 18, 2008

    Thanks the problem is solved.

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2009

    Thanks, that fixed mine!

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Did you recently have a battery changed. A lot of times on chronos when the battery is changed the battery has to be short circuited to the AC. Which is done by taking tweezers. & touching the positive part of the battery to the part of the watch marked AC. Then try to pull the crown all the way out to time setting position press the top rt button & the second should move keep moving until it lines up with zero. If you haven't had the battery changed try what I told you to do with the crown & the top right button.

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