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Ref G3002-Batt:UC-364 PO:01092. Rotary quartz watch. I require to alter the date and day feature which has english and european days. I can alter the time by pulling the handle out which is shielded in its design but only has one pull out position. thank you.

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Your watch should have a position in between home and fully out but it sounds as if your watch is like mine, where I cannot detect the position (i.e no click or feeling any detent).

Try to pull the crown wheel out a little and turn it. (the day and date change feature is in this middle position).

The english days can be achieved by turning the wheel until the desired day shows (it alternates between english and another language).

Have patience and keep trying until you get the feel for the correct position!

Posted on Mar 23, 2011

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