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Re: Tag Heuer Aquaracer calendar problems
To test this. Pull the crown out as if to set the time. Now run the hands around clockwise for a full day. check to see when the hands cause the date to change,that is midnight continue around until you get to the correct time. Push in the crown one click and set the date. This should solve the problem.
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Pull out the crown to the alarm setting position. The crown is located on the right side of the face of the watch. Pull the crown out until "AL", the alarm indicator, is shown on the watch. Depending upon the model of your Tag Heuer Aquaracer watch, you will either pull the crown out in the first or second position.
Select the hours and minuets for the alarm. Once your watch is in the alarm setting position, press the bottom right button on your watch. This will enable you to select the hours and minuets that you want to set the alarm for.
Set your alarm. To begin setting your alarm turn the crown clockwise until the desired hour or minutes are displayed on your Tag Heuer Aquaracer watch. If you happen to accidentally pass the alarm time, turn the crown counter-clockwise the get back to the desired alarm time.
Save your alarm. When you are ready to save your alarm, simply push in the crown. Once your alarm sounds, to silence it press any button on your Tag Heuer Aquaracer watch.
You are actually supposed to be using a special case opener for this type of watch, however, if you want to open it, always remember, righty tighty, lefty loosy!
I am pretty sure those watches are water proof up to 3 ATM, so once you open that watch, just know, if you don't get the back put on tight, it's going to leak.
Good luck, i know you can do it. Oh, and if you have ever had the watch in for service before, there are ALYWAYS **** watchmakers who like to over tighten the watch cases. My husband is a watchmaker, and we have seen this hundreds of times. :)
Unfortunately you have to step the mechanism through each day until you reach the correct date.
The date changes at midnight but you can avoid winding it through 24 hours for each day by winding it backward and forward about the midnight hour. How far you have to wind it back you will have to learn by experiment.
If you pull out crown carefuly, you will notice there are two clicks. The first one is for adjusting calendar (day or/and date). Next one is for moving hands. Pull out to the first click and adjust the date by turning the crown.
Actually in the realm of things that is close to midnight. But if you want this changed you will have to take it to a watch repair person because the movement will have to be taken out of the watch and the hands pulled and rest to change when the calender flips over. When I set up watches i usually have the day/date flip after 2 am so that most people never see it change ( because they are asleep lol)
Do as follows:1) At any time of the day pull the crown out and advance watch hands forward for EXACTLY 12 hours ( for example: if it's 6.35 on your watch, then after advancing hands it will be 6.35 again, just minute hand will be forwarded clockwise 12 full circles, while hour hand will be forwarded 1 full circle). Push the crown back in. 2) Pull the crown out to the date setting position and change to the desired date. Pull the crown back in. Now your watch will be changing dates at midnight continuosly.