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Reset Stopwatch Hands on CL1111 ?

My CL1111 (after having new battery fitted) now has the stopwatch hands  not pointing toward 12.
I have tried to loosen the crown fully then adjust "seconds" timer hand (then tighten crown)
This works great for the "seconds" hand.
How do I re-position the "minutes" + 1/10th of seconds hands??

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Try setting the crown to position 2 - i.e. the position normally used to adjust the date.  Then use the top and bottom stopwatch buttons to adjust the minute hand and 1/10th hand respectively.

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    Tony Solis Mar 09, 2014

    Thank you so much, it was driving me insane, glad and appreciative for your help

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Chronograph Zero Reset
This procedure should be performed when the chronograph second and 1/20 second hands do not return to the zero position after the chronograph has been reset.
1. Pull crown out to position 3.
2. Press A to set chronograph second hand to the zero position. Press and hold A to move the hand quickly.
3. Press B to set chronograph 1/20 second hand to the zero position. Press and hold B to move the hand quickly.
4. Once the hands are "zeroed," reset time and return crown to position 1.
5. Press B to check that chronograph hands are reset to zero position.
Note: Do not return crown to position 1 while chronograph second hand or chronograph 1/20 second hand is returning to zero. Doing so will cause the position of the hands to be recognized as the new zero position.





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It's easy to fix yourself! Unscrew the crown all the way and pull out until it reaches the stop position. Then hold both buttons down until the second hand does a full rotation around the clock face. Now yu can use the top button to adjust it forward a second and the bottom button to adjust it back. Mine sometimes doesn't respond but if you keep trying it will work and you can reset it without sending it off to get it fixed... hope this helps - from www.zigzag.digital!

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