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Re: Pen Drive Watch
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You will need something with a fine point, like a pen. Turn the watch inside out and you will see two small buttons that are used to adjust the time. Place the tip of the pen on the top button and press it 4 times - or until you see the P or A pop up (PM or AM) or time (hour or minute) or date (day or month) flash. Then use the tip of the pen for the bottom button and press it until you get the correct hour of the day. Hit the top button again to get to the minutes. Press the bottom button until you get the correct minute of the day. Press the top button again until you get back to deuce blinking on the watch and you are done.
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This may seem simple to do but it is literally a ***** of a task. Best to where amplifying glasses and use a ball point pen, not a pin or pencil. Push one side of the pin in while keeping a slight outward pressure on the band. When it releases be care full not to let it fly off into the void(which they can) and then move to where you need the band to be and reinstall using a single edge razor blade. Just carefully align the opposite side (assuming youve alredy put one end in)place the razor blade on center and slide the remaining pin into the hole area pull the blade out slowly and listen for it to click into place.
Could be that the watch inside and outside numbers do not match. If the dial says Eco Drive, that should be the first step.
Next, find out about the 4 digit number that tells you which type we are looking at. You may want to open the back and look at the number on the watch internals. But be aware you may damage the water proof seal in doing so.
Really, you should write down all numbers you can see and send an email to citizen. They will help you.
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
Those are great watches as long as you remember it needs light to charge.
First you need to determine if the watch is a snap back type or a screw back. If the watch back has a series of equally spaced slots (usually about 6) around it's perimeter, then it is a screw back and you will need a special tool in most cases. You can sometimes remove a screw back using a pair of snipe nose pliers in two of the slots, but unless the watch can be mounted safely in a small vice then this is quite difficult. The back from snap back watches can be removed with a blunt pen knife. If you look carefully around the edge of the watch casing you should see a small indent in the cover. This is where you start with the blunt pen knife, working your way around the edge twisting the knife gently as you go. Eventually the back will snap out of the watch casing
Actually, this seems to be the big end of the split pen. Take a pin and push into the opposite hole ontil the big end pops out, then use pliers to pull it out. It should be easy to put it back.
There should be an arrow on the inside of the band to show where to push.