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I need to know how to set the third dial at the bottom center

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SOURCE: I need an instruction manual for a fossil fs2919

Follow this link and download manual for your watch:
http://www.fossil.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ContentView?langId=10

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How do i change the time on the three small dials


Hello Garrett,

"Three small dials"... My guess is that we are talking
a chronometer... (stopwatch)... "ZERO Process".

Not only are the three sub-dials usually settable... but also the sweep second hand.

Trouble: After resetting the watch... the hands go back to the same position...

Solution: You want to "ZERO" your dials... one by one.

These watches typically need to have the stem out to the third position... then press the top "start" timer button... observe ONE of your dials is moving. As it approaches the desired number release the button and step it into position with single button pushes.

Go to the bottom "stop" button... Repeat the process!

Push the stem in to the middle "set" position...
Repeat the process!

Again... press the top "start" timer button... zero
and finally press the top "stop" timer button... and zero.

Set the time and date... push that stem back into the home position... and record 35 seconds on your watch... stop and reset...

If everything does not come back exactly to ZERO...

Then that is called an iterative process (do it again).

Fine tune it!

Good Job.
(comment me back if I didn't hit the spot)


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Feb 10, 2016 | Watches

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Instructions for Boss 1512588


The bottom dial gives you a readout in 24 hour time used by the military. 2 oclock in the afternoon would appear as 1400 or 14 on the third dial.

Dec 25, 2012 | Watches

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I have model fs-2919 would like to know what the other dials are for i dont have the booklet thanks for your help


The three small dials on this watch are all part of a "stopwatch" system. The small dial at the 12 o'clock is for tenths of a second( each half circle completed is one second or 1 whole rotation equals 2 seconds.) the small dial at the 6 o'clock counts a full 60 seconds for each revolution, and the dial at the 9 o'clock counts minutes(one full circle equaling an hour.) when the stop watch is started the 12 o'clock and 6 o'clock dials will start at the same time. you will notice that every half turn on the top dial equals one "tick" on the bottom dial. After the first minute of timing the top dial will stop ticking as it is for more precise timing of things that take less than 1 minute. each full rotation of the bottom dial will then equate to one "tick" of the 9 o'clock dial. hence the three dials counting tenths of a second, seconds and minutes. the setting of these dials is fairly easy once you understand the purpose. on the side of the watch there are two buttons(one top and one bottom) with a setting wheel in the center. When in use the top button starts and stops the stopwatch and the bottom button resets the counters. To set the watch simply pull the center wheel away from the watch all the way(2 clicks) set your minute hand and hour hand and then tap the bottom button repeatedly until the small dials all line up straight up. once that is done push the center wheel button halfway into the watch or one click to set the date. then simply push the wheel the rest of the way in and voila!!! hope this answers some questions

Apr 05, 2011 | Fossil FS2919 Wrist Watch

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Howdo I set time on a puma watch pu910222003 blockbuster circuit touch screen


Setting the time on the PU910222003 Puma ladies watch.

The process is actually less complicated than you would think.

First, a couple things you need to know and remember.

1. The watch has a safety feature which requires you to press the touch button on the right side of the watch before you can do anything as far as touching and changing anything. If it did not, every time you accidentally touched the dial something would change.

2. Touch means you are touching the dial and the (stones or outer edge)


To change the time, day, date etc, on your PU910222003 you must first press the touch button on the side. The word touch will light up (display) inside the watch on the right side of the dial.

Now you are ready to change stuff.

Touch the dial and the little what looks like bling at the bottom of the watch. You need to be touching the watch dial and these stones at the same time to do anything we are about to do.

While touching and holding the bottom of the dial you may see the back light turn on.

That is actually how you do that.


By continuing to touch and hold the bottom of the dial, you will then see the word hold at the top and then the hour of the time flash.

To increment the time or decrement the time, touch the right side of the dial or the left side of the dial. When you have arrived at the current hour, touch the hour at the top again and the minutes will begin to flash.

Continue to set all settings in this manner until you are satisfied. Touching the top to move to the next setting and right or left of dial to go up or down.


When you are done. Touch the bottom of the dial to exit this setting mode.


Day to day use,

Touch the time at the top of the dial to scroll through the time, chrono, alarm etc. To see time if the screen saver is on, touch the left side of the dial. Touching this repeatedly will also scroll through all the phrases programmed into the watch.

While touching and holding the bottom of the dial you will see the back light turn on.


Cool feature,

This watch actually has two displayable times you can use if you travel often to a second time zone. Press the touch button on the side and touch the right side of the dial. Touching it for a second or two will display the time of the second time zone. Touching and holding for a couple more seconds will cause the T2 on the display of the left side of the watch to flash and eventually switch to the second time. I am thinking that touching the bottom of the watch while displaying the second time should allow you to set this time also.

Feb 20, 2011 | Watches

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I have Puma-Time touch screen watch (PUMA men's Blockbuster Circuit Touch Screen Black Watch but unable to set the time.


Dont have that particular watch, but see if this works.

Setting the time on the PU910222003 Puma ladies watch.

The process may be less complicated than you would think.

First, a couple things you need to know and remember.

1. The watch has a safety feature which requires you to press the touch button on the right side of the watch before you can do anything as far as touching and changing anything. If it did not, every time you accidentally touched the dial something would change.

2. Touch means you are touching the dial and the (stones or outer edge)


To change the time, day, date etc, on your watch you must first press the touch button on the side. The word touch will light up (display) inside the watch on the right side of the dial.

Now you are ready to change stuff.

Touch the dial and the little what looks like bling at the bottom of the watch. You need to be touching the watch dial and these stones at the same time to do anything we are about to do.

While touching and holding the bottom of the dial you may see the back light turn on.

That is actually how you do that.


By continuing to touch and hold the bottom of the dial, you will then see the word hold at the top and then the hour of the time flash.

To increment the time or decrement the time, touch the right side of the dial or the left side of the dial. When you have arrived at the current hour, touch the hour at the top again and the minutes will begin to flash.

Continue to set all settings in this manner until you are satisfied. Touching the top to move to the next setting and right or left of dial to go up or down.


When you are done. Touch the bottom of the dial to exit this setting mode.


Day to day use,

Touch the time at the top of the dial to scroll through the time, chrono, alarm etc. To see time if the screen saver is on, touch the left side of the dial. Touching this repeatedly will also scroll through all the phrases programmed into the watch.

While touching and holding the bottom of the dial you will see the back light turn on.


Cool feature,

This watch actually has two displayable times you can use if you travel often to a second time zone. Press the touch button on the side and touch the right side of the dial. Touching it for a second or two will display the time of the second time zone. Touching and holding for a couple more seconds will cause the T2 on the display of the left side of the watch to flash and eventually switch to the second time. I am thinking that touching the bottom of the watch while displaying the second time should allow you to set this time also.

Feb 12, 2011 | Puma Active Collection Dynamic Posh Black...

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How do you set the alarm for the casio baby g wr-10 bar?


mcdevito75 here, Contact Casio for a new manual at, 800-706-2534 Optn. 2

Jul 12, 2010 | Casio Baby-G Wristwatch

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I purchased thr Citizen BL717459L at an auction. How do I set it?


Pull the crown out 2 clicks and rotate it to set the hands push it one click in to set the date. If you need to set your chrono hands or resynchronize them then pull the crown out 2 times and push the upper button until the hand is synchronized with the 12, the lower button should adjust the other dial the same way. If you have a third dial that needs synched only pull the crown out 1 click and push the top button to synch the hand on the dial.

Nov 19, 2009 | Citizen BL717459L Watch

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I need instructions on setting the alarm for the Pulsar Chronograph 100M. I'm able to set everything else. Your response is greatly appreciated. THANKS!!


I answered this for different Fossil watch post, but I believe it will be the same for your watch.
I'll re-post the answer below.
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To set the alarm on these models of Pulsar watches, do the following:
Looking at the face of the watch, there are two buttons and a crown on the right side. The TOP button is Button "A". - The BOTTOM button is Button "B".
There are 3 positions on the crown: IN (#0), FIRST CLICK (#1) & SECOND CLICK (#2). 
The small dials located at the bottom of the watch face (6 O'clock) are the alarm minute and hour dials.

First, pull the crown out to the second 'click' (position #2) ... This is all the way out. (STOP THERE! Pulling harder will harm your watch! Don't try to pull past position #2!)
Second, set the correct time. (plus one or two minutes... time to complete this.)
Third, with the crown still out to position #2, push button "B" (bottom) until the alarm minute and hour hands are set to the present time (same as the large dials).
Fourth, push the crown all the way in- to position #0.
The current time on the large dial should read the same as the small alarm 'time'. {This is the CURRENT TIME, not the alarm SOUND SET.}
To set the alarm SOUND time, pull the crown out to the first click (position #1).
Push button "B" until the dials of the alarm are at the time you want the alarm to sound... It can only be set within 12 hours! ... It does NOT know "am or pm".
When the desired time is set for the "alarm sound", push the crown all the way in (position #0).
The alarm dials will now indicate the time for your alarm to sound, NOT the current time. (this way, you know that the alarm is engaged.)
To reset the alarm- or disable it, pull the crown out to the first click (position #1) and hold button "B" down until the dials advance and stop at the current time... it will stop at the current time- then release button "B". --- Push the crown back in (position #0) and the alarm will now be disabled.

If the alarm dials are always moving and at the current time, you know that the alarm is disabled.
If the alarm dials are stationary and not moving with the time, you know that the alarm is engaged and set to the time shown.

I hope this helps.

Nov 05, 2009 | Pulsar Chronograph Watch

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What are the dials? How do you set knobs? Can't move center knob.


The 3 dials are the chronograph for timing an event such as motor racing(a stop watch). The centre know (the crown) has to be unscrewned counter clockwise and then pulled out from the case at, first stage will allow changes to date, second to set the time.
The outside bezel is used as a means of measuring time, eg. 20min, from a random starting point and is often used for 'oxygen' time for diving.

Feb 12, 2009 | Rolex Daytona 116528 Wrist Watch

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Sector 250 Chronograph Alarm


the middle dial on the right side of the watch is used to switch from watch settings to alarm settings..
pull the middle dial out to put it in alarm mode.
To set alarm:
-pull the center knob out.
-with it out you can now use the bottom (right) knob to set the alarm.
-pull the bottom right knob out one notch
-turn the knob clockwise or counter clockwise to set the alarm time
-push the knob back in (all the way)

the alarm is now set

if the center (right) knob is pulled out the alarm is ON
if the center (right) knob is pushed in the alarm is OFF
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I have owned this watch for about 10 years now and love it.
the past few years the chronograph buttons (on the left side of the watch) were not working well rendering the chronograph and count down timer functions unusable.

repairing a chronographs is expensive and watch makers usually charge several hundred dollars which is not a feasible fee for a watch of this value so i decided to open it up my self and clean it up and that did the trick.. its working like new!

enjoy the watch!

Dec 11, 2008 | Sector 2653940025 Wrist Watch

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