Unfortunately when I purchased my new watch the instruction booklet was not inside therefore I can't figure out how to change the month, day and date inside the face of the watch. There are three additional (look like little round clocks themselves) within the face of the watch
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I'm not familiar with Accutime watches, but it may be that the 3 sub-dials are there just for decoration.
If they're not, then the upper and lower buttons on the right will control the hands on the sub-dials.
Check the following:-
Is there any movement in the buttons when you press them, or do they feel solid as if they are part of the casing?
Do the hands on the sub-dials look as though they are slightly raised or do they look as though they are glued on?
Does pressing either of the buttons cause any of the hands to move?
If pressing the buttons has no effect at all then you can be sure that the sub-dials are decorative only.
If the sub-dial hands do move when you try the above suggestions, then get back in touch for further instructions.
If pressing either the upper or lower buttons on the right of the watch do nothing, then the sub-dials are probably only for decorative purposes.
If so, there will not be any movement in either of the buttons when pressed - they may feel solid as if they are part of the casing.
The hands on the sub dial, on close inspection, may be glued or even printed on the watch face.
If however, things happen when you press either button, get back in touch for instructions.
It appears that the watch was malfunctioning which I thought was due to a change of battery being required.
(It was running slow and giving the wrong time - so my mother told me)
I subsequently found instructions for the watch on an internet site, changed the battery and the watch is still failing to set to the U.K. time zone therefore, I deduce that it is a failure in the watch rather than the need for a new battery or ranything I have or have not done.
If you don't have the instruction manual you can go to this link and on the right side of the page you can type in the model number. (it will tell you where to locate the model number) I tried this for a Bulova from 1998 and it worked but I don't know how far it will go back but it's worth a try. http://www.bulova.com/service/instructions.aspx