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I am assuming the day changes but not the date. There is a halfway setting on the stem you pull two clicks to set time , one click to set day/date, turn one way for day of the week other way for date. If your actual date is sticking you can try going round and round with the hands (takes awhile) to set it! I have noticed the date is the first thing that goes on these watches. If that does not work it will have to be repaired by a watch repairman. hope that helps:)

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Citizen 2100 cant set date


Sounds like a return to the manufacturer to me, you generally only get two clicks one for the date one for the dial hands. But try one click and turn in both directions, or two clicks go to 11:59pm through 12:00am back and forward and see if it will change date that way.

Good luck, and a merry Christmas.

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