GPW 1000 24hr sub dial problem

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    GPW 1000 24hr sub dial problem

    Hi friends,

    I've had my GPW 1000 for a few months now and have only set the time once through a GPS signal when I first bought it.

    I noticed a week ago that my 24hr sub dial points straight up to '24' at 12 noon. Shouldn't it be pointing down to the 12?

    I manually set it so that it pointed down to the 12 at noon.

    I did a GPS signal adjustment this morning and the watch reset itself by 12hrs!

    I live in Singapore. If you look at the attached pic the 24hr clock indicates 11:30pm. But its 11:30am here.

    Anyone know why this is happening?

    Thanks,
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    Re: GPW 1000 24hr sub dial problem

    Quote Originally Posted by drash11 View Post
    Hi friends,

    I've had my GPW 1000 for a few months now and have only set the time once through a GPS signal when I first bought it.

    I noticed a week ago that my 24hr sub dial points straight up to '24' at 12 noon. Shouldn't it be pointing down to the 12?

    I manually set it so that it pointed down to the 12 at noon.

    I did a GPS signal adjustment this morning and the watch reset itself by 12hrs!

    I live in Singapore. If you look at the attached pic the 24hr clock indicates 11:30pm. But its 11:30am here.

    Anyone know why this is happening?

    Thanks,
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    Hmmm.... No, don't know why that would be happening.

    Only thing I can suggest - first, remember that when you pull the crown out to the first click, that adjusts your world time city, not your home city. But aside from that, do 1 or 2 "T&P" GPS signal receptions, and see if that corrects it. I seem to recall that another member here was having a similar issue, and it seems like the T&P signal reception solved the problem...

    Also remember that around June 1 (I think), leap second info will be included in the GPS signal, so a GPS signal reception may take up to 12-13 minutes to complete.
    Last edited by Time4Playnow; May 31st, 2015 at 15:34.

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