Something strange just happened to me: my trusty Timex with perpetual calendar (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000SQM5MW
) has its date 2 days in the past (it says 26th while today is the 28th). I don't know what happened, maybe my 4-years-old played with it or maybe I did something wrong when setting it for DST.
Anyway, I looked at the perpetual calendar manual (http://assets.timex.com/instructions/perpetualCal.pdf
) and my watch doesn't react as described. Setting the date to "2" or "3" doesn't show the month or the year. After playing for a while, I found out that if I turn the crown to have the date show "31", the watch shows me "1" for 5 seconds and if I turn it to "1", it shows me "8" for 5 seconds. My best guess is that my watch is set on January 26th, 2008.
Could anyone help me to set the date correctly? Pulling the crown and waiting 10 seconds doesn't seem to have an effect. The date always reverts to 26. If I wait 1 minute with the crown left in middle position, the date goes back to 26 by itself as well and turning the crown has no effect anymore.
I would very much appreciate some help... I'm getting desperate with that thing...