Question about Watches
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Are you pushing the links in the same direction as the arrow is pointing? If so, are you using a tool specifically made for removing watch links? If the answer to both of the above is "yes" then look closely at your watch. The pin will look different on both sides. One side will look like the head of a "screw" and the other will look rounded and just come to a point. You always want to use the watch link remover tool on the ROUNDED end and push the "screw" looking end out. It could be that your watch was assembled w/the pin facing the wrong direction.
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Posted on Jan 14, 2009
I had the same problem, you can fix it without an expensive watch maker. The online instructions are not perfect, but are better than the ones that come with the watch. Go to www.michele.com/.../Michele/.../instructions/michele_instructions.pdf
Refer to page # 10 "Adjusting the Chronograph Hands to Zero Position" even though these instructions refer to adjusting only 2 hands on a different model, with a little playing around you can reset all 4 hands. The trick is to pull out the stem, 2 clicks to position III and then using buttons A and B. You will have to do the 2 hands then push the stem back in. Repeat the process and reset the other 2 hands.
Good luck, YOU can do it, I just did.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
Not knowing what watch you have, most likely the battery for the background is dead. Most of these type of watches have two batteries. One for the actual watch and another for the background. Take your watch to a watchmaker and they can properly change the battery or diagnose what is wrong. if the battery is not the issue.
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Posted on May 24, 2010
The battery is probably dead or dying. It takes more power to make sounds than to just keep the time.
Posted on Feb 09, 2015
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