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The date on my Tissot
Your watch is 12 hours out, as it "thinks" that midnight is midday.
The solution is to wind your watch forward 12 hours and then the date will change at midnight.
on Jul 15, 2011
I have a new tissot Prc100 T22268631 watch, but i
The usual way to adjust time and date is to screw out (not pull) the winder and rotate it backwards or forwards. The winder will have two "out"positions, one for the date and the other for the time. (the "screw" for the winder is to improve water resistance).
If you have already tried this and it does not work, then go to the Tissot web site "tissot.com", locate your nearest dealer and ask for advice.
Alternatively on the Tissot site find your watch under the heading "sport". To view all the watches in a section move your cursor along the dots, this moves the images along to find the one you want.
Select the PRC100 and details of your watch appear and at the bottom of the menu on the left hand side select "user manuals".
Click on "download" on the right and instructions will appear
on Jan 13, 2010
Battery was replaced by a jeweler. Since that
As the jeweller is not a watchmaker, he/she even did not realise the watch is not working properly. It sounds like your watch is having jammed gear train or the jeweller did not know how to reset the watch. Go to this website: www.tissot.ch
If you will not find solution there, you will have to look for watchmakers help.
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on Jul 29, 2009
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