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Female watch ORIENT (mechanism HE721) properly and precisely go only if its lay on a table. On a hand - lag behind at 1-2 o'clock for a day. Where it is possible to order the mechanism and how man

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press your "mode" button 5 times until it says on lower display "H-SET". Then press the "adjust" button until it beeps.

Now hold the "forward" button and the minute hand is moving.

Enjoy :o))))

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You probibly need to have the anologe serviced. It isn't like the old days when watches had a mainspring which, when you wound it the gears would push by anything that got in the gears way because of the pressure form the mainspring. Now with quartz watche ANY little thing ( dust sooo small) will stop the gears from running. I would take the watch to a reputable watchrepair and have them check the battery. DO NOT ask them to sell you a new battery just CHECK it. If you get a new battery, it the watch probibly will run good again for about 3 weeks , and then start acting up again, because a new battery might have enough power (at first) to get by the watches problem untill it uses some energy up. But if your battery is bad that to could cause this , but that is highly doubtful that is the problem.
If you still have a problems please let me know I will be glad to assist you!

Posted on Aug 18, 2008

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SOURCE: analogue hands don't correspode to digital clock

Hi,

Sometimes a watch will be off center due to shock, dead battery etc. Symptoms are; hands don’t line up, digital and analog time doesn’t match, Compass function doesn’t have the hands exactly opposite etc. This can all be fixed. The Synchronization function can be used:

1. Activate Crystal
2. Tap center until you are the unit’s screen (12h or 24h, F ft or C m).
3. Push and hold (at least five seconds) the center crown
4. Watch will beep and word (SYNCHRO) will appear in the display.
5. Use the top + button to line up the minute hand right on the 12.
6. Use the bottom – button to line up the hour hand right on the 12.
7. When finished, press crown and you will go back to time.

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SOURCE: how to recharge B023 ecodrive watch?

hi, how long do you keep it under the light for?
Have a look at page 2 on this pdf file from the citizen website for more info on charging times.
http://www.citizenwatch.com/Technical/English/Full/B023_ebook.pdf
I hope this helps a little,
Regards
Mike

Posted on May 26, 2010

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If you still have a problems please let me know I will be glad to assist you!

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