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I got a Nautica Chronograph watch and all looked well. But since yesterday the main seconds dial does not reset at 0, but 2 seconds to the left, at 58 seconds. I tried to reset it several times, but the problem remains

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SOURCE: need instructions to reset sub dials on Nautica Chronograph watch

Pull out crown to the first click and push and hold pushbutton at 2 or at 4.

Posted on Mar 22, 2009

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