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I have the current time on the side but an hour faster on the manual hand

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Posted on Apr 27, 2010

  • Steve Towsley
    Steve Towsley Dec 14, 2013

    Make sure both displays are set to the same time zone. There may be a separate setup for each.

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  • Locate the knob on the side.
  • Pull the knob out. The second hand should stop ticking.
  • Twist the knob clockwise until the correct time is displayed on the watch face.
  • Push the knob back in, and the the second hand will resume ticking.
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