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How do I set my Fossil watch? It has three dials on the face (looks like one for day of week, one for day of month (goes to 31) and one for seconds). Has only one pin on right side. Says !)ATM on face. Looks like the face of the BQ9184. Only my band and face are black.

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Fossil do not have a list of instructions under model numbers but issue a list of generic instructions which you have to wade through to find the one that suits your watch.

Go to http://www.fossil.com/en_US/shop/customer_care/static/fossil-Instructions.html and put your cursor over each of the ones listed in the Multifunction section until you reach the one that looks nearest yours and download the file.

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