Question about Tissot T Race T90444631 Watch
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It would be easier to tell you more if the age of the watch was posted, but not knowing that I am going to assume it is less then 3 yrs old and in good shape. He goofed! Never be afraid of asking someones experience level when working on something that belongs to you, find out if they are just a clerk in a jewelry store and are getting paid minimum wage and care more about their paycheck then your watch, OR if they have been doing it forever and care if you come back again! "IF" the watch is older then I assumed, or in questionable condition (a few bumps and scratches) then it may have nothing to do with the fact that the battery was just replaced, it really could be it's "time" to expire, pardon the pun!
Posted on Dec 01, 2007
SOURCE: tissot t touch
there are sync instruction on the manual page on the web.
1. Activate the Crystal.
2. Select the "units Mode".
3. Press and hold the "T" until it switched to "syncro" mode.
4. Now using the + and - move the hands to the 12 o'clock position.
5. Press "T" again to set.
Posted on Jan 14, 2008
SOURCE: the second hand is not moving
Are you sure the big second hand is not used for the chronograph? I once had a watch that did exactly that. There was a small second hand in the lower left which was the normal secondhand, while the big second hand was used only for the chronograph. It annoyed the cr*p out of me, so I always had the chronograph running, just so the second hand would move.
Posted on May 24, 2008
Yes, pulling out crown prolongs battery life, but this is only for allmost unnoticeable period of time.
With the seconds hand there are only one solution- you have to take your watch to the nearest watchmaker as you will not be able to deal with it without appropriate knowledge and skills.
There can be two reasons why the seconds hand is jumping:
1) Fault within integrated circuit ( watch 'brain' is not giving an impulse in a specific period of time),
2) Few teeth may be damaged on second wheel as well as there can be tiny dirt particles sticking onto it.
Both need attention of professional.
If that seconds hand do not annoy you too much, wait till the watch needs battery replacement and then replace battery and check the watch at once. It will be cheaper then to do both jobs separately.
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
The second hand jumping three or four seconds .I have had this same problem and found out that its i sign of wanting a new battery.Mine is now perfect
Posted on Feb 26, 2010
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