the chronograph hands of any quartz chrono can be calibrated with the use of the crown and pushers.
I am not sure of the exact sequence for your watch, so if you need that let me know.
otherwise, pull the crown to the first position and try the pushers to see that hand moves. use the pushers to move the hand to the 0 position.
if the central sweep isn't corrected yet, pull the crown to the second position and try the pushers until you get that hand to 0 as well.
it takes a bit of getting used to, but is very easy to do.
let me know if you need more help.
I pulled the crown out from the 0 position to both the 1 and 2 position. In both crown positions I pushed both "pushers" individually and simultaneously in different sequences, without success.
The stopwatch/second hand function will not start with the crown in the 1 or 2 position. Therefore, I also started the stopwatch/second hand with the crown in the 0 position and moved the crown to the 1 or 2 position while the second was running and tried the pusher to reset. Still no success.
I'm thinking this particular watch might have a reset putton internally or the battery might have to be removed to reset the hand with the pushers. that sound like the next logical progression . Do you agree or have any other suggestions?
Correction of any Misalignment of the Chronograph HandsProcedure for accessing the "correction mode"
• Push the crown back into position 01
let me know how this works,