Miyota 9015 setting question

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    Miyota 9015 setting question

    Question:
    My 9015 is a couple min fast off the winder

    Can i set the Min hand BACK two minutes or do i need to only go forward??

    silly quest, but dont want to mess up movement

    thanx in advance

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    Miyota 9015 setting question

    You can set it back. I do it on my 9015 powered watch all the time.
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    Re: Miyota 9015 setting question

    Quote Originally Posted by billwilson View Post
    Question:
    My 9015 is a couple min fast off the winder

    Can i set the Min hand BACK two minutes or do i need to only go forward??

    silly quest, but dont want to mess up movement

    thanx in advance
    The advise with setting back the watch is to not unscrew the crown from stem - is not common but it can happen in some watches if the stem is not tightly screwed to the crown. You can try, and if you see the minute hand not moving, stop and set forward.

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    Re: Miyota 9015 setting question

    Quote Originally Posted by billwilson View Post
    Question:
    My 9015 is a couple min fast off the winder

    Can i set the Min hand BACK two minutes or do i need to only go forward??

    silly quest, but dont want to mess up movement

    thanx in advance
    Either direction with no harm to the movement.
    Last edited by John MS; March 25th, 2013 at 23:09.

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