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PostPosted: Sun Apr 22, 2018 10:30 am 
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I bought a 1957 AOPA 806 Navitimer a few years ago. Just got it fully restored by Horological Services. Nice watch.

I'm at a loss to figure out how to use the stop watch function without the time keeping working.
When i press the upper plunger it stops the watch, and times the event.
When I turn off the stop-watch the time is off.
Am I doing something wrong?
Any help appreciated.

Thx

Stew


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azstew wrote:
I bought a 1957 AOPA 806 Navitimer a few years ago. Just got it fully restored by Horological Services. Nice watch.

I'm at a loss to figure out how to use the stop watch function without the time keeping working.
When i press the upper plunger it stops the watch, and times the event.
When I turn off the stop-watch the time is off.
Am I doing something wrong?
Any help appreciated.

Thx

Stew

Hi!
IMO, send it back. This is not normal. The watch should not stop when using chrono function.


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