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Citizen eco-drive perpetual calander model bl5280-52e problem with this watch is the crown moves very easily so when on wrist function changes when not required any way to lock down

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Crown is getting loose and must be tightened up. See your nearest watchmaker for this. Job will take no more than 30mins to do.

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The stem on my citizen watch is turning but not changing the time or date any ideas what is wrong ?


put your finger nail under the crown and pull it out a bit ,then turn it to adjust the hands . when finished push it back in

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Setting time for citizen eco-drive E764-S066701 HST perpetual movement


No need to take the back cover off or anything like that. You don't need jeweler either. You just need to pull the crown to first "click" and the turn the crown to the right to correspond to the month that you are setting the time in. Between 1 and 2 o'clock represents January. Between 2 and 3 is February and so on. Once you get to the beginning mark of the month you are in, count how many years have passed since the last leap year. If it's 2 then put the second hand to two minutes after even (beginning). If it's three, move it to three minutes after. If it's leap year, you just put on exact (beginning) mark of the month you are in.

That would be it. Like I have said, no need to visit jeweler or do any disassembling. Also, you might this find interesting. The steps above are for E764 calibre. This site gives you manuals for pretty much all of them.

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Describe your Citizen Skyhawk Eco-Drive JR306059F Wrist Watch Problem: How to correct 0 position of 24 four hour hand. I think its done in conjunction with hour hand but how?


Here is how to correct the 0 Position for your watch.

While your the crown of your watch is down in the starting position , turn the crown until the mode hand (this is the circle at the bottom of the face) reaches CHR

At this time now pull out the crown until it clicks two times, two the second setting of the crown.

This will bring the watch to the 0 position correction function.
you can turn the crown clock wise to correct the hour hand.

press the a button to switch hand to second, or press again to switch to minute. Then use crown again to correct 0 position.

The hour and the 24 hour hand is in conjunction with each other.

then push down the crown all the way in and you should be all set.

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Citizen eco-drive BM8084-58H: I cannot change the date/day on the watch moving the crown.


mcdevito75 here, The crown should be a 2 position crown, try this, pull out the crown as if to set the hands, rotate the hands, (adjust the time) around the dial until you have the right day, Now! push the crown in, Now! slip your finger nail just under the crown and lift the crown to it"s first notch or position, this should allow you to turn the crown and adjust the date, when at the date push the crown back in and your done.

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I have an Citizen Eco Drive Perpetual wrist watch / calibre 8700. I can't adjust to the right date/month. please help.


This will likely require you taking the back off, removing the battery, reinserting, and then shorting the battery and AC. You will also need to look up the manuel online from Citizen's website, or go to a jeweler to have them reset your perpetual calender.

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Problems setting my citizen eco-drive perpetual calender


If you need to know more about the Eco Drive, look for detail tech manuals for all types here: http://www.citizenwatch.com/downloads/tech/tech.htm

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Set date on a citizen eco drive perpetual calendar


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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You should be able to pull the crown out 1/2 way and turn the crown clock-wise and you should hear a click and the calender should move one day. Don't change when the hands when the time is between 10 and 2 , just manually move the hands past that time , and re-set afterwards. If that dosn't work let me know ,.There are other types of those watches , but the way I told you is the most common.

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