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The date in my ice watch doesn't change after 12:00 AM but instead....it is changed at 09:00 AM ???!!!!

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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.

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I take it that your watch changes date at 12 noon, instead of 12 midnight.
If so change the time of your watch 12 hours, so it reads the same time, but instead of am, it is pm, or visa versa. Analog watches do not have a 24 hour time setting.

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I have a casio 4798 model watch and the date changes at 12 instead of 24. anybody can help me? thanks


I don't know the details of your watch (I couldn't find it on their web site) but this problem commonly occurs on analogue watches, so on the assumption that this the case, the remedy is as follows:-

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I Have a fossil 10 atm watch & the date doesn't change automatically so i change it manually but then half way thought the day it changes the date


Your watch is 12 hours out of step.

The date changes every second time the hour hand passes 12 O'clock.

Your watches' second pass is at midday instead of midnight, so to make it operate correctly, you need to wind it on 12 hours. The date will then change at midnight.

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So to change the Day and Date of your Watch, slowly pull the Stem out... (Do note that if you have a Waterproof Watch, you'll need to unscrew the Stem counter-clockwise, which is towards you, until it unlocks, then you can pull the Stem out!) But this is where you need to go slow. If you pull it out slowly you should hear one snap. (It stops on the first notch) If you pull the Stem out all the way, it snaps twice and ends up on the second notch. (See picture below) The second notch, or all the way out, is where the Stem needs to be to set the Time.
day-changed.gif But the first notch, or first snap, is the secret and the key to setting the Day and Date! In the first notch position, you'll see that if you spin the Crown one way, it will change the Day. Spin it in the opposite direction and it changes the Date!
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Hi, My watch is changing date at 12 noon instead


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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My analog Guess watch has a date display only (no day). I have re-set the date over and over, but it changes the date at noon instead of at midnight.


Your problem is caused by the fact that the watch is 12 hours out of step.

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Here is step by step instruction as well as the picture.

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I hope this will help you resolve the issue.

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