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Tissot T-Touch I can't get the hands to synch with the digital and when in compass mode the hands point in the same direction and are neither in the correct direction.

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  • Anonymous Jan 09, 2008

    cannot make the hands match the digital display

  • Anonymous Jan 11, 2008

    i have the same problem. did you ever figure out a way to fix it? also, when i touch the screen for anything else but the center, the hands are way off

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Hello, if u read the user's manual, there is an option to resync the hands. Goto the units mode ( Press the middle button, and then twice in the center of the screen, so that the digital display shows either 24h Cm or 12h... u get it ) Once in that press and hold the middle button for 5 seconds, until the display shows SYNCHRO. Then use te top button to adjust the minute hand and te bottom button to adjust the hour hand, and bring them both, one on top of the other, over the 12 o'clock position. Once this is set, press the middle button again. This should to the trick.

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Touch the t button once middle,
touch the middle units screen center of watch
push and hold t button for 5 secs, until the synch comes up
then + & - buttons until both hands are at 12 o'clock
than touch the t button to validate

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