Question about Citizen Watches
One must adjust for the correct month to sink the perpetual function. thI am looking for.is is done by pulling the stop half way out then holding in the top button and turning the knob clock-wise. This will move the dial on the chronograph. Depending on month you set it to 1,2, or 3. Sorry I do not remember which is which, which is what
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
You should be able to pull the crown out ( the piece on the right hand side that sets the time) half-way. Your watch has three settings for the crown: all the way in, half-way out , and all the way out that sets the time. Pull it half way out and turn the crown clock-wise. You should hear a click when you do this. If the date dosn't change turn it again. The date should move for you. If you find it dosn't please let me know , and I will be glad to research the answer for you. Good luck!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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