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How do I set my pod 535 watch after I have changed the batteries


Just tried this procedure to replace a watch battery in a POD 535 and did not work...my version of the watch might be different, all I am saying is it did not work with my watch.
The procedure that worked with my watch
When you have replaced the battery reset the watch by placing a small screw driver across the two recessed contact next to the lower battery clip. The digital display will reset and you will see four zero's flashing...if not press the winder button once, or reset the watch again. This process is to get all the hands at twelve O clock position...press and hold the top right hand button and the hands will start revolving...you can let go of the button once the hand are moving. Pressing the top button again will stop the hands and a short press will move the hands in small increments. Once the hands get close to 12 press then press the button once and then press the same button in short pulses to align all the hands on the 12 position. Wait a short time and the watch will find the time signal and both the digital display and hands will be aligned and showing the correct time.

Oct 29, 2011 | Garmin Forerunner 50

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The second hand on my chronograph will not index properly when reset


Try this or some variation as it worked with my new Wenger Chronograph.
Pull the crown out to the first position (for changing the date) and press the top button - one of the hands - either the big second hand, the little minute hand, or the little tenth of seconds hand - should move one notch. Keep pressing until it reaches the desired position. Now press the bottom button, same process. Pull the crown all the way out and press the top button, same process. Then if that still hasn't solved it, crown all the way out and press the bottom button. Each position should correspond to a hand, and each press should move it one notch. When settled, push the crown all the way in and operate it normally.
Be careful not to press buttons when changing the date or time, and don't bang or shake the watch too hard while using the chrono. Also, don't play with the buttons or press them one after the other too quickly.

Oct 30, 2009 | Swiss Army Wenger Wenger watch

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How to set time on my National Geographic Dakota Atomic Watch?


For the national geographic radio controled watch.
The easiest way to rest this watch is to remove the battery.
Once replaced the watch will flash set to 12. Push and hold the upper button till the hands spin. Press this button again to stop the hands. Tapping the upper button will make the hands move forword 1 sec. Set all the hands to 12. becareful, if you pass 12 you will have to go around again. to start the hands spinning again press and hold the upper button untill the hands move. Once all the hands are at 12, press the lower button and the screen should flas LON for london. Set the city code using the upper button to your area. press the lower button hard to confirm the information. The watch should set itself to the correct time. If it starts running from 12, place it on the window sill for the night so that it can get a signal.

Mar 08, 2009 | Dakota Watch Company Radio Controlled...

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Casio watch


Press MODE until you reach H-S (e.g. A 11:00 with seconds on top)

Press and hold ADJUST for 3 seconds until H-S blinks

Press and hold SEARCH for every movement; you may wanna press LIGHT so the hands will move freely. Press ADJUST again to when desired time was reached

Oct 21, 2008 | Casio Watches

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How to adjust alarms


moz-screenshot.jpgSetting the alarm:

1. Pull the crown to the 2nd "click" (the possition you adjust the time) (Carefull: The seconds hand has to be on "12")
2. Press repeatedly button "B" to set ALARM hands to the time indicated by the main time hands (The ALARM hands move quickly if button B is kept pressed)
3. Push the crown to normal possition
4. Pull the crown to the 1st "click".
5. Press repeatedly button "B" to set the desired alarm time. (The ALARM hands move quickly if button B is kept pressed)
6. Push back the crown in to normal position.

At the designated time the alarm rings for 20 seconds, and it is automatically disengaged as it stops. To stop it manually, press button A or B.

Oct 15, 2008 | Seiko Le Grand Sport SDWF73 Wrist Watch

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Stop Watch not resetting


pulling the crown out to position 2 and pressing button to zero it out one increment at a time is the way to do it do touch the watch hands. Works on fossil watches as well as tag watches

Aug 27, 2008 | Tag Heuer Kirium Ti5 CL1181.FT6000 Wrist...

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WATCH


Press MODE 5 times until you see H-SET on the right side of the dial in the box. Then press the ADJUST button. You will now notice the current TIME you have already set on your watch will appear in the box and flash where H-SET was. This will help you know what time to set the hands on. While holding down the FORWARD button you will see the hand start to move. I could not move mine in reverse, only forward. Simply set the time and you are finished.

Jul 18, 2008 | Casio G-Shock G511-1AV Wrist Watch

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Setting instruction for Accurist world time wrist watch


Same just happened to me, performthe following:

The analogue hands are not precisely synchronised with
the digital time?

1. Press the lower right button to move the mode indicator
hand to CHR.
2. Pull the lower right button out one click. The hour, minute
and UTC hands will retract towards the straight up 12 O’clock
position. You will see UTC on the top half of the digital display.
3. Press the upper right button to advance the hands to the
straight up 24-hour position. Use the lower left button to go in
reverse.
4. Press the upper left button. You will see HR on the top half
of the digital display. Press the upper right button to advance
the hour and 24-hour hand clockwise until they both point
straight up at the 24-hour position. Use the lower left button to
move the hand anti-clockwise.
5. Press the upper left button. You will see MIN on the top half
of the digital display. Press the upper right button to advance
the minute hand clockwise or the lower left button to move
anti-clockwise until it is pointing straight up at the 12 O’clock
position.
6. Push the lower right button back in one click.
The watch malfunctions in some way and the above
procedures do not work.
1. Press the lower right button until the mode indicator hand
points to TME.
2. Pull the lower right button out one click. Press the other
three buttons down simultaneously for three seconds and
release. You will see 8’s on the digital display.
3. Press the upper left button. You will see UTC on the top half
of the digital display. Press the upper right button to advance
the hands of the top dial to the straight up 24-hour position.
Use the lower left button to go in reverse.
4. Press the upper left button. You will see HR on the top half
of the digital display. Press the upper right button to advance
the hour and 24-hour hand clockwise until they both point
straight up at the 24-hour position. Use the lower left button to
move the hand anti-clockwise.
5. Press the upper left button. You will see MIN on the top half
of the digital display. Press the upper right button to advance
the minute hand clockwise or the lower left button to move
anti-clockwise until it is pointing straight up at the 12 O’clock
position.
6. Push the lower right button back in one click

Jul 06, 2008 | Watches

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Rolex Daytona Chromograph


ok. bear with me. lol. on most watches without a chronograph. the second is the largest hand on the watch and naturally that's what most people refer to as the second hand. On a chronograph the "true" second hand is the little middle dial. It should always be constantly moving and the large hand should only move when the stop watch funtion is in play. The way to employ the stopwatch funtion is by unscrewing both buttons. The top button starts the action. Once pressed then large hand will begin. The little dial on you left will keep up with each minute that passes. To stop the function, press the top button again. To reset the stop watch, press the bottom button. The little dial on your right is simply military time. Hope that helps. Good luck!!

Apr 26, 2008 | Rolex Daytona 116520 Wrist Watch

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Casio Wave Ceptor Watch Model WV 109 HA


I found a hand setting mode. Press lower left button 6 times until the readout shows HS. Press and Hold Upper Left Button (A) until flashing. Press lower right button (D) to move the hand forward. Press upper right button (B) to move the hand backwards.

Apr 22, 2008 | Watches

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