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Hi, My watch is changing date at 12 noon instead

Hi, My watch is changing date at 12 noon instead of at midnight, i have tried rechanging it manually, but still each day at noon it changes the date again. Thanks in advance for your help.

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Your watch is 12 hours out of step. (The date changes every second revolution of the hour hand.)

Wind your watch forward 12 hours, (you may have to reset the date) and it will then change around midnight.

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I found the above solution did not work for me but I finally found a solution by stoping my watch before midday at say 11am (by pulling the winder out, before the date started to change). Then after midday, correct the time and start the watch again. Then the date will start to turn at midnight.

Posted on Apr 13, 2013

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