If your numbers dim when you push any button, it's probably a battery. If your numbers are off or very faint same problem, battery. Those watches take a 1.50 V cell because of the light, and multi functions. Any decent jewelry store should be able to have you in and out in 10 minutes or sooner.
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It needs to be worn to self wind. I actually bought a winding box so I put watch away it will be turned as if on your wrist. These vary and having owned a couple of winders I chose one that is belt driven, found on Amazon.
if you wear it to sleep it may wind down.
Playing video games ,little wrist motion, may find it stopped.
you mentioned someone to.d you it was fully wound! How can they tell. I cannot wind mine if yours needs winding from stem you may not have real Rollex.
5.1.3 TIME SETTING
If you start from the Time of Day display, repeat steps 1-3, page 38.
4. Press the / buttons to select TIME. Press OK.
5. Press the / buttons to select 12 H or 24 H time mode. Press OK.
If you chose 12 h mode, select AM or PM with the / buttons. Press OK.
6. Set the hours with the / buttons. Press OK.
7. Set the minutes with the / buttons. Press OK.
To set the watch it needs to be in T1 setting, you can do this by using the C (top right) button, to chose just push once and the number should change, hold to set it to T1.
After that, push the A button (top left), this should hopefully display 'Light'. If it still displays 'Offset' then you are still in T2 (offset lets you offset the GMT). Try the C steps again.
Once 'light' appears you can scroll through the menu using B (bottom left), at which point you should find the time selection option. It should be flasing, use the two far right up and down buttons to then set the time/date etc. Press B to move on to the next setting. When you are done press A.
In anlog watch pull crown to it's final click and turn it untill date drop to next date that's mean am (midnight - 24 Hr) then set the time accourdingly,,
it the watch is digital then on time setting mode it will give you option for am of pm ,, which can be chose,
hope that will help
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To change from 24 hour to 12 hour, you hold down the "Mode" button until it switches from 24 hour to 12 hour or vice versa. To change the time zone, you hold down the "Set" button until the time zone that you set it in flashes (like "LAX" on my watch). Then you press the "Receive/Start/Stop" button to choose the specified time zone you want. To set for daylight savings time ("DST" on the watch), after holding the "Set" button and having the time zone flash, you could press the "Mode" button. It will give you a few options for the daylight savings time (Auto, On, or Off). I chose the "On" option, which immediately changed for daylight savings time. If you manually want to change the time, you could hold down the "Set" button and keep pressing the "Mode" button until the time starts flashing on your watch, then pressing the "Receive/Start/Stop" button until you change it to the time that you want. You could also set the watch to beep or chime after pressing the set button if you wanted to know that piece. You hold down the "Set" button when you are done to get it to stop flashing. These instructions worked for my Timex T5G341 Universal Radio Control Watch. I hope this helps.
1st: Press the mode button to go to the alarm screen.
2nd: Press the adjust button for the time to flash
3rd: (For the Hourly Alarm) You can adjust the time here while it is flashing by pressing the start/stop button. Cycle through this until you have the time you want. The setting will have the P in the left side of the screen for PM (night time).
4th: (For the Daily Alarm) Do steps 1-3 once the time is flashing use the Mode button to cycle through to the date field of the watch. Once it is flashing you can use the Start/Stop Button to chose which date Month/Day, after chosing the month just press the Mode button once more to go to the day field.