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Re: Setting instructions Seiko H556 & H558 caliber (Analog/Digital caliber & Arnie)

Thanks I really appreciate your help.
 

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oops! it should be for analogue/digital!
The instructions at the top of the page will also work for the h558-5000.
 

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Hi all,
Straight from memory.
Crown first click will give access to adjust digital.
Rolling crown over the hill will advance and back over the hill decrease.
But when in date function rolling back over hill will set day word rolling forward day number.
Use bottom left button to jump through functions.
Crown second click full will stop analog and adjustment can be made.
When on alarm function pulling crown in and out to first click position will turn alarm off and on.
When on main time pulling crown in and out to first click position will change between 12/24hr.
I recommend leaving main time on 24hr.
When on second zone pulling crown in and out to first position will change between 12/24 recommend to leave as am(A)/pm(P).
When on stopwatch stop start top left and hold down to reset.
When on times,alarm,date top left button for light.
Hold both buttons down for alarm test.
As I remember buttons can work under water and you can hear the alarm sound.
Great to set alarm for under water when you are dreaming the day away as a reminder or reality above the water.
If you turn the bezel to the minute hand to measure elapsed time you can also use the depth ring to then tell you the number of minutes to ascend again at the depth you maybe at.
Hope this helps.
Kind regards
Wayne
 

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Sorry Crown pulled right out will stop time and you can move anilogue.
And there was a trick about resetting the seconds on the digi to synchronise between the 2.
Push the top left button while in 1 click or was it 2 click when seconds hand still going round.
 

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Geez! - thanks, but enough with the 558 instructions guys!
 

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They can keep repeating "ad nauseum" if they wish to , Norm - but I fail to see the point in doing so, and it tends to just muddy issues, rather than clarify them.
 
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