2) If so, what do you mean by "it will not go to the correct time?" Are you expecting it to automatically adjust itself to the correct time?
3) If so, that's never going to happen -- that model is solar powered, but that just means that it's a mostly normal watch that gets extended battery life from exposure to light. If you want a watch that automatically adjusts itself to the correct time, you need to buy what Casio calls a "solar/atomic" watch instead.
4) If not #3, do you mean that the time shown on the digital display does not match the time shown by the hands on the analog display? If so, that sounds like a problem with the hands needing the "home position" adjusted, as detailed on page 5 of the manual at http://support.casio.com/storage/en/manual/pdf/EN/009/qw5208.pdf
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