Question about Watches
1. You need to first set the time correctly,then wind it and see if it keeps time or not.
2. Most winding wrist watches needs winding every morning in order to keep it working perfectly,maybe you do not wind it everday that is why it does not keep time.
3.If the result is still the same then you might need to replace the winner.
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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There are three positions for the Carrera's push-down crown. The inner position is used for normal wear and winding. To wind the crown manually, simply rotate it clockwise.
Changing the date on the Carrera is done from the middle crown position. Turn the crown clockwise to advance the date, one day at a time. Push the crown back to the inner position when finished.
The outer crown position is used for setting the time. You can turn the crown in this position either clockwise or counter-clockwise. Adjust the time forward or backwards. Setting the time backwards will not damage the watch. When the time is correct, press the crown all the way into the inner position.
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