Question about Bulova Watch
Arnea sport watch instructions.......................cannot get my new watch to run/get started. Please help!
There are 3 cotter pins. One will set the time and then when pushed in, turns & turns12. Two buttons, top & bottom, push in & 'seem' to do nothing. There is no quartz battery.
The second hand remains still & should move.
It looks like a chronograph watch, says you can go 200m deep.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Have just bought online, Diesel
Your Diesel has two button and one winding crown has two pulls,first pull for DAY / DATE,and the second pull for the hour and minute.Just do the first pull then wind it clockwise for DAY and the counter clockwise for DATE. The buttons is for chronograph RESET / STOP and GO thats all the function try to function it it will not damaged your watch. Feel free to ask whatever the result...
Hope this may help;
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Posted on Jan 11, 2009
The problem is in chronograph module or related gear train. To find what exactly the problem is, special tools and equipment is needed as well as watchmakers knowledge and skill. There may be just an underpowered battery, but according to your explanation, I tend to think that the first causes mentioned by me are the right ones. Visit your nearest watch repair shop and ask to check your watch for any faults. Rate me, please.
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
Testimonial: "I'm the one who submitted the question. Thank you, I will visit a watch repair shop. It's a shame the watch is only 2-3 months old! Thanks again "
mcdevito75 here, If when you recieved the watch from ebay you had to push the crown in to get it going, we can assume a battery wa sin the watch, thus pushing in the stem (pin) should activate or start the watch. The battery could have gotton loose during shipping, Try pulling out the stem turning the hands as though to set the time, push the stem back in and see if the watch starts, if not, visit a small watch repair shop in your area for possibly a new battery.
Posted on Jun 29, 2010
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