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I am not familiar with this watch, but most watches with hands allow you to pull the stem outward. If you pull it out all the way, the watch stops running. If you pull it out ALMOST all the way, turning the stem in one direction changes the day and turning it in the other direction changes the date. If you have only the date on your watch, then the almost all the way out will probably control that. Don't know if that will work, but it can't hurt to try it.
This watch has a cool feature that allows you to change only the hour if you are changing time zones. But if you want to change the minutes as well, then pull the crown out farther. You'll find that it has four positions: Normal, pulled out one notch, pulled out two notches, and pressed in to turn on the light.
As long as we're at it, notice the crown in the four o'clock position also has three positions. In: set alarm. One notch out activates an alarm including the hour and minutes. Two notches out only activates the minute setting, so you don't have to move the hour hand all the way around.