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    7L22 Kinetic Chronograph question...

    Hey everyone,

    I'm just wondering about something and hoping someone can enlighten me.

    The instruction manual for my 7L22 caliber Kinetic Chronograph states to not press the A and B chronograph buttons at the same time, or with one of the two already depressed, to depress the other one. What is the problem that may occur if this is accidentally done? Also, are there any possible problems that can occur if the chronograph minute/second hands are already at "0" and the B reset button is pressed?
    My watch fell into the hands of a family member who was getting a little too enthusiastic pressing buttons, and accidentally did the things mentioned above and now I'm worried if something could have happened?

    Thanks for any info!

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    Re: 7L22 Kinetic Chronograph question...

    I would'nt worry about it, if it still works it's OK.

    I have this one by the way.
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    Re: 7L22 Kinetic Chronograph question...

    Thanks for the reply. Everything seems to work fine, so thank goodness for that!

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