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I own a Timex Expedition Perpetual Calendar Indiglo WR100M watch. The date started to show 1 half day in advance. trying to fix the date resulted the date to move freely forward...(eventually it stopped, but not on the correct date) how to adjust the date? the manual I got with the watch does not explain how to control the date scale and how to adjust it to the correct month. why is the date scale moving freely after I push the knob back to its place?

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Replace the back cover with the arrow pointing directly at the stem. Everything should work correctly with the cover in that position.

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You can download the Perpetual Calendar instructions from Timex's website here.
If you don't like clicking on a link, here's the URL:
http://assets.timex.com/instructions/perpetualCal.pdf

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Posted on Mar 11, 2009

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There is no separate battery for the indiglo,maybe indiglo circuit is lose or defected already,just open the watch and check for lose connection.If happen the circuit is tight and still not working then replace the indiglo circuit.

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SOURCE: need setting instructions for date,alarm,etc on my timex expedition

http://assets.timex.com/manuals/index.html

Here is the link for all Timex watches and the appropriate manuals.
This should provide you with the information you require, if you have an issue not covered there I will try to find you more specific information.

Posted on May 27, 2009

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