First off, I apologize for the probable simplicity of this question.
I have a ~10 year old Chronograph that recently had a new Chronograph movement put in (~1 year ago) as the watch no longer functioned and it needed to be replaced.
The watch has the standard hour, minute and second hands with 3 sub-dials (seconds, 60 minute and 12 hour); along with the standard crown and 2 pusher configuration.
When I push the second pusher the main second hand on the watch and the minute sub-dial return to the zero'd position (the sub-dial second hand and the sub-dial hour marker DO NOT). Pressing the first pusher re-starts the main second hand and the sub-dial minute hand in motion.
I cannot for the life of me remember if this was always the case or if this is just since the service work done to it.
I was under the impression that the second pusher was to reset ALL of the sub-dials to the zero'd position; thus allowing you to individually time an event from seconds to minutes to hours while still having the main hands display the time). As it sits now I can time seconds with the main second hand and minutes with the sub-dial minute marker, but I am unable to time hours (as the hour marker wont zero out) and the sub-dial second hand then seems pointless if it wont zero out.
Am I right in that this is wrong, or is this how it is supposed to be?