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How to use chrono alarm on sector 450

I have sector 450, and i dont know how to use chrono alrm 
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SOURCE: SECTOR 450 TIME ABJUST

when looking at the face of the watch, the "dial" to the bottom-right is actually a screw-in, screw-out dial, it is not a push dial. Unscrew it until it is freed from the screw AND THEN pull it out two clicks, adjust time as needed...

Posted on Oct 22, 2008

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Congrats on your purchace!! If you go to www.citizenwatch.com , click on which country you are in then click on the Find a watch link. After breaking down the category (eg. mens) they will show you a picture of many models. Click on your model to get more info...on that page should come up the link for Technical Info...click on that and on the right hand side is another menu saying "setting instructions" ....I personally like the interactive setting instructions. It leads you step by step through whatever you need to do and if you arent sure you can pause or re go over the step again.


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Posted on Mar 14, 2009

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SOURCE: Sector adv 1000 setting alarm

key for setting time can be pulled fully (to set time) or shortly (only 0.5-1 mm) for setting alarm. then you should turn it and watch how it moves (automatic, without your turning). when it comes to desired time just push key in. the watch will automatically rewind to present time and it will re-start running.

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SOURCE: Where can I get an owner's manual for a Sector 133

As there is no manual downloads possible for SECTOR watches, the only solution is to contact SECTOR directly. Of course you can browse all the internet, but I'm quite sure direct contact will save you nerves, time and money.
Here is the link:

http://www.watchservicecenter.it/

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Posted on Jul 22, 2009

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Here is the link:

http://www.watchservicecenter.it/

Rate, please.

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The bottom button is for the lap function: on the first press, it freezes the chrono in order for you to be able to record your "lap time", but keeps the chrono running in the background (you don't see this, it's the movement that does this mechanically). When you press it a second time, it jumps back to the running chrono time. You can then press it again to get another lap time, and so on...

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