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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
don't know if you have this fixed or not yet, but this worked for me.
pull the crown all the way out. then press the chronograph start/stop button. the chronograph hand should tick forward every time (or every couple times) you press the button. I'm not sure if you go past 12 if you'll have to go all the way back around. but try not to.
anyways, when it's lined up, push the crown back in and then start the chronograph and let it go for at least a full minute. now when you press the chronograph reset button it should reset back to 12. hope this works!
Posted on Oct 22, 2007
Hi dgcgo. My advice, unless you're a watchmaker, is to take it to an authorised dealer or trusted watch repair shop, and get it done properly. The speed on automatic watches is adjusted by means of a tiny regulator, but the adjustments are minute and the watch is then usually bench-tested to make sure it is running ok. It's an expensive watch, so worth the effort, although if it's new, you can probably get it done under guarantee. Cheers; Eagle58
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
Yes, this can be recalibrated from the outside. To get your chrono hands pointing in the right direction pull the crown out to the first position then click the plunger/ chrono button. This should move your chrono hand one click at a time to get it to the right place. If this does not work try pulling the crown out to 2nd position (all the way out) and try clicking the plunger as described above.
If this STILL does not work, which it should, then you'll need to go to an Omega dealer and have them take a look at it.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
I have found instructions that tell you how to reset the hands but there are several buttons on your watch and to avoid confusion you really need to see a diagram.
You can do this by going to the Seiko web site (seiko.com), click on "support", then "instruction booklets".
Scroll down the next page and you will see a list of the watches made by Seiko. Select yours and download.
Go to page 16.
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
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