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I own an older Pulsar Quartz Alarm Chronograph watch. It has a rotating dial that has time, alarm set, 0, timer, stop w. around it. The number on the back is 640409. How do I set the time?

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Go on the following link download the instruction manual for watch and set the time of your watch
http://www.seikowatches.com/support/ib/index.html

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