Question about Watches
The only way is to twist knobs. Take it to a jeweler or give it to a 12 year old kid to do it for you.
Posted on Jul 24, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When yoy pull out the crown you will notice there are two clicks. You have to pull out crown to the first click only and then adjust a date by turning the crown.
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Posted on Mar 13, 2009
Actually in the realm of things that is close to midnight. But if you want this changed you will have to take it to a watch repair person because the movement will have to be taken out of the watch and the hands pulled and rest to change when the calender flips over. When I set up watches i usually have the day/date flip after 2 am so that most people never see it change ( because they are asleep lol)
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
The date change occurs at midnight, so winding it past midnight changes the date. To change it again wind the hands backward to (say) 11 O'clock) and then forward again will change the date again.
How far you need to turn it back will have to be found by experiment.
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
Some watches need to have the crown unscrewed.
Try turning it anticlockwise then pull out.
If this doesn't solve your problem, go to the TAG site "tagheuer.com" and find your nearest dealer.
Posted on Mar 08, 2010
SOURCE: Tag Heuer watch
The knob is a screw-cap seal. When closed (screwed in) it closes the chamber to prevent water from entering the watch.
You will need to unscrew it. It should snap out. In this position, you can wind the watch. Pull the knob out one click, and you can adjust the date. Pull the knob another one more click, and you can adjust the time.
Push the knob back in. In order to seal the watch back up, you will need to push the knob in while turning the knob. You will know you did it correctly when the knob will not turn any further.
Posted on Mar 25, 2010
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