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mcdevito75 here, Use the waranty info from the box and call Invicta. In the meantime, turn the winer stem and hold the watch close to your ear do you hear a clicking?? Some automatic watches will only wind while they are in motion on your wrist, Hold the watch in your hand a turn your hand in circles and see if the watch starts up.
The answer to your specific question is the 2nd instruction below...I've also included two other settings: Here are the 3 main crown positions
you need to know once you unscrew it from its locked down
1) unscrewed, it can be manually wound, in one direction
[clockwise}...20 to 30 half-turns seems to be good to get it through
2) then, pulled out one small stop, the date can be advanced by turning the crown towards you (ie, counterclockwise) 3) pulled out one more stop, the time is adjusted by turning the crown. I hope this helps!