Question about Watches
Posted by Anonymous on
Mcdevito75 here, I see in your question, SOLAR if that means the watch is operated from the sun"s energy, you first have to get the watch going (ticking) before you can set the time, Instead of a Battery your watch has a capacitor that holds onto the sun"s energy and releases it, makeing the watch go (tick). After the watch goes, you need worry about 2 buttons, MODE & SET. Press MODE and see display Flashing, now press set to set each function, (hour, minute etc.) presss MODE after ecah function is set to move on, once all functions are set, press MODE for steady display, also if thew watch is new, look for a small piece of plastic just under the crown, remove that plastic and push crown down to start watch. Hope this helps.
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