Hold the START button to set up the time. Pressing START moves to the
next set of digits. Pressing RESET will advance by one digit. (Careful!
Holding RESET will decrease to the lowest set of digits.) Hold the START
button again if you are finished with setting up the time.
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Is it a BAT 4045? It appears this is a watch with poor or no instructions and ineffective time/date settings, which might be your situation. I found this review on Amazon which might help you.
Solid w/ a configuration issue
Byartayd2on 8 July 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
I've seen a few reviews indicating that they could not set the clock or the instructions were not included. While I did get correct instructions, they were not written well and seemed to be the end result of someone translating into English.
I had issues setting the time/date w/ the S2 button initially because of the specific location where you are required to press. It is not sufficient to push the S2 button to begin setting the clock, you really need a pen tip to press it squarely or you will continue to press the button and no time setting options will appear. I originally tried to set the clock by pushing the S2 button with a small thin pair of scissors that were handy but it did nothing even though I was clearly pushing the button into the watch face. After changing to a pen tip it worked right away.
With the exception of the initial time setting frustrations the watch works well and the strap feels strong enough for regular use for my three year old son, and it is pretty cheap!
The manufacturer's web site is oriented towards sales (in commercial quantities), so I couldn't find any instructions list.
Since most electronic watches operate in a similar manner, try a little experimenting.
To change the settings on a watch you need to enter the settings menu. This is done by pressing the "mode" button (often on the lower left) and using the buttons on the right to change the setting in the display.
Each time you press the mode button the display will step through the setting menu and when you have finished, keep pressing the mode button until the mormal timekeeping mode is displayed.
E.g. press the mode button until the present time on the watch face is showing and then experint with the other buttons on the watch to adjust it.
A- Top right
B- Bottom right
C- Bottom left
D- Top left
Press C button until you get to the time screen. When the time screen appears press and hold down the D button. The light on screen appears, Press C and the chime on screen appears, Press C again and you can start setting the time using the A and B button. When finished press the D button.
If the store you purchased the watch at has not set the time to the correct time zone then obviously the different time zone (UTC in this case) that is showing on your digi face isnt exactly helpful....
Best bet is to go to the interactive watch instructions on www.citizenwatch.com to follow along on how to get it into your own time zone.
Just type in your model number exactly JR3060-59F into the search field. On the right side of the page is the Get Technical Info link..click on this choice. Now on this page is the next link...right side at the bottom of the list> Interactive setting instructions. The page changes again and you see the choice menu. Find Zone Settings...click and follow the instructions (note there is sound to it so turn your speakers on if you have them)
I don't know how much significance this post would make to any now, but I was playing with the watch trying to figure out how to set the time and I have figured it out...
1. Hold the "Adjust" button until where it displays the day of the week starts blinking (This will display the major airport in your area to determine your time zone, mine is "LAX"...to change this, while it is still blinging press either "Time Memo" or "Recieve" to move up or down)
2. Press "Adjust" again so you see "12H" (I guess meaning 12 hour intervals)
3. Press "Mode" (at this point your seconds will start blinking) to change these, againg press "Time Memo" or "Recieve" to move up or down. (usually I skip past the seconds)
4. Repeat step 3 to do your hours, minutes, year, then the date...(order is as follows)
5. When you are done press "Adjust" then everything will stop blinking, and you are done
This is as much as I figured out and I hope this is helpful to anyone that needs it...