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Reset chronograph minute and hour hands to zero

Invicta chrongraph won't reset the minute and hour counter to zero

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Pul crown all they way out
press top right button to set the minute hand
& bottom right button to set the hour
if not work then puch back crown to 1st click and do it same function ,, if still not working then pull crown again and push and hold both button for 5 sec. its reset ,, and try to adjust it again by pressing top & bottom button
hope that will help if not and you are in chicago
bring it to us
at
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312 641 7000

Posted on Aug 27, 2009

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    MarkMumma Dec 30, 2013

    Thank you so much Ziar!

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To adjust the minute counter pull the crown out to the FIRST position, then push the bottom button. This will adjust the minute counter. To adjust the sweeping minute hand once again pull out the crown to the first position and press the TOP button. This will adjust the sweeping crown.

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