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JACQUES LEMANS
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
INTERNATIONAL WARRANTY
; CAL. 6U70
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
| MINUTE REPEATER
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1. MAIN FEATURES
This watch is a multi-hand analog quartz watch equipped with
numerous functions including a chime function using an electronic
tone, fully automatic calendar function, which corrects the date for
each month including leap years, and a chronograph function that is
able to measure time for up to 12 hours.
2. SPECIFICATIONS
Type.............................Multi-hand analog quartz watch
Time accuracy ............Within +20 seconds per month on average
(when worn at normal temperatures (5 ~ 35°C)
Operating Temperature Range
te —10°C to +60°C (14°F to 140°F)
Display functions ……. * Time: Hours, minutes, seconds, 24 hour clock
* Calendar: Year, month, date, day, moon age
* Chronograph: 12 hour time measurement, 1/4
second units, split time
measurement function
Additional functions......» Calendar: Leap year and monthly correction
function
* Moon age: Graphic wheel display function
* Chime function (chime clock)
* Reference position failure alarm function
* Second hand arbitrary stop function
Pate caus * Battery code: SR927W
* Battery life: Approx. 2 years
* Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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3. NAMES OF COMPONENTS
Moon age
Hour hand
Date hand
Moon age
correction A
button
Day hand
Button €)
x
Chronograph
second hand
Minute hand
Button
í - Crown
Button A)
24 hour hand
Second hand
Month hand Year hand
(Functions of Each Hand)
Display Time/calendar Chronograph
Hand grap
Hour hand. Continuously indicates hours
Minute hand Continuously indicates minutes
Second hand Continuously indicates seconds
24 hour hand
Continuously indicates the 24 hour clock
Chronograph
second hand
Chronograph
seconds
Date hand Continuously indicates the date
Day hand Continuously indicates the day
Montana Month or minutes Chronograph
(when chiming) minutes
Year or hours Chronograph
vsachand (when chiming) hours
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(Functions of Each Button)
Normal position
Crown position
Display Time/calendar Chronograph
Zero postion check
Button ® — Split
Reset
Button Chime Start/Stop
Button © Чо jo To time/calendar
display
Crown
Moon age Moon age correction (can be performed at
correction button any time regardless of crown postion)
Crown position 1st position 2nd position
Display Setting the calendar Setting the time
Yearly/Monthly Setting of chime:
Button O correction: Clockwise
Clockwise direction direction
Yearly/Monthly Setting of chime:
Button correction: Counter- Counter-clockwise
clockwise direction direction
Button © Date correction
Setting of hour,
Crown minute, 24 hour
clcok and day
Moon age Moon age correction (can be performed at
correction button any time regardless of crown postion)
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4. BEFORE USE
Before using this watch, please check the reference positions of each
hand using the following procedure to ensure that each function
operates properly.
Reference position: The initial position of each hand to ensure
that this watch functions properly.
1. Confirmation of Reference Position
(1) Put the crown in the normal
position.
* Press button © for at least 2
seconds to switch to the
chronograph display. Check
that the hands are at the
positions indicated below.
Chronograph second hand:
00.00 seconds
Year and month hands:
00:00 (12:00 position)
* Press button () for at least 2
seconds and check that the
date hand is at the position
indicated below .
Date hand: Y (Between 31
and 1)
(2) Once you have confirmed that the hands are at the reference
position, press button O for at least 2 seconds to retum the watch
to the time and calendar display.
* |f the hands are not at the reference position, set the reference
position of each hand by following the procedure described in
“5, Setting the Reference Position”.
5. SETTING THE REFERENCE POSITION
The hands of the watch will not indicate the correct positions unless the
reference position is set properly. If the reference position has changed,
reset it by following the procedure described below.
* The reference position must also be reset after the battery has been
replaced.
1. Perform the All-Reset procedure
(1) Pull out the crown to the
2nd position.
(2) Press buttons ®, ® and
© simultaneously.
(3) When the buttons are
released, the hands will
move in the order of the
chronograph hand, date
hands, and year and
month hands. A tone will
sound confirming that All-
Reset has been
performed when this pro-
cedure is completed.
If the crown is retumed to the normal or 1st position without
setting the reference position after performing the All-Reset
procedure, the reference position failure alarm will be activated.
At this time, the date hand will turn counter-clockwise indicating
that the reference position has not been set. When this happens,
pull out the crown to the 2nd position again, and perform the
procedure for setting the reference position.
2. Setting the Reference Position
(1) Press button ® and set
the year and month
hands to 00:00.
(2) Press button ® and set
the chronograph second
hand to 00.00 seconds.
(3) Press button © and set
the date hand to the Y
position.
* Pressing button O,
or © continuously
causes the hands to
advance rapidly.
(4) Always make sure to return the crown to the normal position.
* After setting the reference position, always make sure to reset the time
(basic time and chime time) and the calendar.
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6. SETTING THE TIME
. Setting the Time and Day of the Basic Clock
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Once the time has been set for the basic clock, always make
sure to set the time of the chime clock according to the time of
the basic clock.
If the time is differenct between the basic clock and chime clock,
the chime will not sound at the correct time shown on the basic
clock (current time).
Hour hand Minute hand
Second hand 24 hour hand
(1) Pull out the crown to the 2nd position so that the second hand
stops at 0 seconds.
(2) Turn the crown in the clockwise direction (so that the hour and
minute hands rotate clockwise) to set the day.
* The day can be corrected rapidly by moving the hands back and
forth between 9:00 PM and 1:00 AM.
(3) Turn the crown either to the right or left to set the hours, minutes
and 24 hour hand to the current time.
* Set the time while paying attention to AM and PM by looking at
the 24 hour hand.
(4) Always make sure to return the crown to the normal position.
2. Setting the Time of the Chime Clock
Year hand Month hand
(1) Pull out the crown to the 2nd position so that the second hand of
the basic clock stops at 0 seconds.
(2) Push button ® or ® and set the year and month hands to the time
of the basic clock.
* Button ®: Hands move forward 1 minute each time it is pressed.
* Button O): Hands move backward 1 minute each time it is
pressed.
Presssing button ® or ® confinuosly causes the hands to advance
rapidly.
(8) The basic clock and chime clock can be synchronized with a
telephone time service or other official time service by pushing in
the crown to the 1st or normal position at the same time you hear
the tone.
(4) The chime clock will return to the year and month display when the
crown is pushed in.
Setting the chime clock to the time in another city based on the time of
the basic clock enables the chime clock to be used to indicate local
time in that city. Press button ® to find out the local time.
3. Using the Chime Clock
* The chime clock is a convenient function that lets you know the time
(hours and minuts).
(1) Pressing button ® in the time
and calendar display informs
you of the current time with an
electronic tone.
* The crown should be in the
normal position.
(Interpretation of Chime Tones)
Hour tone: A high-pitched tone will sound at 1 second intervals for
the number of hours from 1:00 to 12:00 (there is no
distinction between AM and PM).
Minute tone: A combination high-pitch and low-pitch tone will sound for
every 15 minutes past the hour. The number of mimutes
past that 15 minute interval is sounded with a low-pitch
tone.
(Example): Current time is 4:34
4 hours: A high-pitched tone sounds 4 times at 1 second intervals.
30 minutes: A combination high-pitched and low-pitched tone sounds
twice at 1 second intervals 1 second after the hour tone
has sounded.
4 minutes: A low-pitched tone sounds 4 times at 1 second intervals 1
second after the 30 minute tone has sounded.
7. SETTING THE CALENDAR
1. Setting the Calendar
Moon age
correction
button
(1) Pull out the crown to the 1st position.
(2) Press button ® or ® to set the month and year (leap year for
number of years passed since th last leap year).
* Button ®: The hand moves forward by 1 month each time it is
pressed.
* Button ®: The hand moves backward by 1 month each time it is
pressed.
` 7 <Determination of the number of
Cu N a “e years that have elapsed since the
\, AK most recent leap year>
(Leap Year Time Difference Quick Reference Chart)
Time difference from Time difference from
Year Year
leap year (years) leap year (years)
2004 Leap year 2008 Leap year
2005 1st year 2009 1st year
2006 2nd year 2010 2nd year
2007 3rd year 2011 3rd year
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(3) Press button O to set the date.
* The date advances by 1 day each time button O is pressed.
Pressing button ®, ® or © confinuosly causes the hands to
advance rapidly.
(4) Return the crown to the normal position.
Since the day is linked with the operation of the basic clock (24
hour, hour and minute hands), make sure to also set the day
when setting the time.
2. Setting the Moon Age
The moon age can be corrected regardless of the position of the
crown.
(1) Press the moon age correction button to set the age of the moon.
* Look in a newspaper to find out the moon age for the day, and
then set the moon mark while referring to the moon age reference
chart shown below.
[Moon Age Reference Chart]
The indication of moon age is shown to indicate the age of the moon
and not its shape. It can be used as a general indicator of moon age.
New moon First quarter
Moon age: 0 day (high tide) | Moon age: approx 7 day (low tide)
Full Moon Last quarter
Moon age: approx 15 day (high tide) | Moon age: approx 28 day (low tide)
<Accurate Setting of Moon Age>
Moon age can be set more accurately by setting the moon age either
during a new moon (when the moon mark is not visible; moon age: 0
weeks) or during a full moon (when the moon mark is facing straight up
(in the direction of 12:00); moon age: approx. 15 weeks).
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8. USING THE CHRONOGRAPH
The chronograph is able to measure time in 1/4 second units to a
maximum of 12 hours. After 12 hours have elapsed, the chronograph
returns to the chronograph reset display and stops. The chronograph
can also be used to measure split time (intermediate elapsed time).
[Chronograph Reset Display]
1. Switching to the
Chronograph
(1) Press button © for least 2
seconds to switch from the
calendar display to the
chronograph display.
* At this time, the month and
year hands move to the
00:00 position (12:00
position) and stop.
<interpretation of Display>
Chronograph seconds: Seconds are read with the chronograph
second hand.
Chronograph minutes: Minutes are read with the month hand.
Chronograph hours: Hours are read with the year hand.
* Measurement is canceled when the watch is switched to the
calendar display during chronograph measurement.
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2. Simple Measurement
(1) Press button ® to start measuring time.
(2) Press button ® again to end measurement and display elapsed
time.
(3) Pressing button ® resets the chronograph and retums each
chronograph hand to zero.
3. Integrated Measurement
(1) Press button ® to start
measuring time.
(2) Press button ® again to end
measurement and display
elapsed time.
(3) Pressing button ® again
restarts measurement and
that time is integrated with the
previous time.
* Measurement is started and
stopped repeatedly each
time button ® is pressed.
(4) After ending measurement by
pressing button ®, pressing
button ® resets the
chronograph and returns each
hand to zero.
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End measurement
4. Measurement of Split Time (Intermediate Elapsed Time)
(1) Press button ® to start measuring time.
(2) Pressing button @® stops each chronograph hand to display the split
time.
* Measurement of time continues even though the hands are not
moving.
(3) Pressing button ® again cancels the display of split time after
which measurement contimues with the time that elapsed during
display of split time added to the measured time ( the chronograph
hands begin to move again). .
* Repeat steps (2) and (3) in the case of repeatedly displaying split
time.
(4) Pressing button ® when the split time is displayed ends split time
measurement.
(5) When button ® is pressed, the time that elapsed during display of
split time is added to the measured time and that time and that time
is displayed.
(6) Pressing button @® again resets the chronograph and each of the
chronograph hands returns to zero.
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5. Simultaneous Measurement of 1st Place and 2nd Place
Times
(1) Press button O) to start measuring time.
(2) Press button ® when the 1st place competitor crosses the finish
line. The time of the 1st place competitor is displayed.
* Measurement of the time of the 2nd place competitor continues
even while the time of the 1st place competitor is being displayed.
(3) Press button ® when the 2nd places competitor crossed the finish
line. Time measurement will stop at this point.
* The time of the 1st place competitor is still displayed.
(4) Press button ® to display the time of the 2nd place competitor.
(5) Pressing button @® again resets the chronograph and returns each
of the hands to zero.
a Split time (time of
Reset Measurement 1st place competitor)
Y
@ | Display of final elapsed
time (time of 2nd place
competitor)
® End measurement | _
of split time
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9. TROUBLESHOOTING
1. The date hand is moving backward (in 1 second intervals)
« This indicates that the Reference Position Failure Alarm has been
activated as a result of not setting the reference position. Perform
the All-Reset and Reference Position Setting procedures by
referring to “5. Setting the Reference Position”.
2. The hands do not indicate the correct positions in each
mode
* The hand reference positions may shift if the watch is subjected to
a strong impact and so forth. Perform the All-Reset and Reference
Position Setting procedures by referring to “5. Setting the
Reference Position”.
3. Abnormal display or operation
There may be extremely rare occasions on which the watch
exhibits an abnormal display or operation (such as the hands
continually tuming) as a result of the eddects of static electricity or
strong impact. When this happens, perform the All-Reset and
Reference Position Setting procedures by referring to “5. Setting
the Reference Position”.
[After Replacing the Battery]
* Always make sure to perform the All-Reset and Reference Position
Setting procedures by referring to “5. Setting the Reference Position”
after replacing the battery. If these procedures are not performed, the
watch may not operate properly.
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