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I have a guess steel watch , and i have set my date and time right , but i cant put the day right , so monday or tuesdag for example.

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Advance the watch time 24 hours to change to the next day. keep turning until it reaches the corect day of the week, then reset the correct time and date.

Posted on Jan 02, 2011

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    boaz929 Jan 15, 2013

    Thanks a million it worked perfect for me.

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If you're interested, here's an example of a vintage Orient that uses this same system for its calendar. Note how the monthly calendar and year/month alignment are flipped from the watch you asked about. Please note that I have no connection with this web site, make no endorsement as to the price being asked for this watch--but it has a nice picture of a classic Orient:

http://forums.watchuseek.com/f30/$128-all-steel-orient-perpetual-calendar-xl-case-vintage-watch-526811.html

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