Question about Citizen Watches
It should not actually stop, the battery should keep it going for at least three years, but the display (moving parts) will not function till the watch is again brought out into the light, it should then catch up with itself.
I would leave it exposed to strong light for at least 24 hours, it might need longer.
Has the watch been kept in the dark for a very long period ???
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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