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Hi my name is manuel I have the wr100 wacth, the display working good like time date etc...the only problem that I have is: The hours hands ARE STOPED Complety. What I can do to start runnig again like before.. !! Appreciate your help !!! MANUEL

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Mcdevito75 here, Hello Manual, sounds like you"ve turned your watch off while setting the display. The watch should start up agin by pressing the MODE or SET Button.It:s possible you may have to press both at the same time MODE and SET but try them one ata time first.

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