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Pull crown out 1 click to set day/date, set to one day behind actual date... Then, pull crown out an additional click to move hour/minute hands around to set exact date by hour/minute a complete 12-24 hour revolution if necessary to get AM or PM accurate for the proper day/date. :)
I am assuming the day changes but not the date. There is a halfway setting on the stem you pull two clicks to set time , one click to set day/date, turn one way for day of the week other way for date. If your actual date is sticking you can try going round and round with the hands (takes awhile) to set it! I have noticed the date is the first thing that goes on these watches. If that does not work it will have to be repaired by a watch repairman. hope that helps:)
the crown of the watch has two clicks, pull it gently once and you can set the date and day, pull it gently again a second time and you can set the time. The proper way to set the time and date is to set first the day,date late at the actual date, then move the hands around the clock until the date change at 12 oclock this is evening, then moving the hands around until you reach the actual time. By doing so you will set the day, date and time in syn to 24 hrs change.
example: you want to change it to sat 12th 11am
set the day and date to fri 11th
then move the hands around clockwise until the day and date change at 12 oclock continue moving the hands until you reach 11am
Had Pulsar analog watch. Couldn't set either day or date properly due to being unable to signify AM or PM. When days changed one or the other would be 12 hours off.
""googled" adjusting Pulsar watches" and found site which explained how. You set day of week and date to previous day and date and then move watch time ahead until day and date are correct. Then set watch time. Seems to work.