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Watch was set but push 8 o'clock button and watch says it's not set
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: aquatech watch
press mode button 3 times untill you get into the time set mode - press lap/reset twice until the hours start to blink.
press start/stop and cycle thru all the modes depending what time you want to set - it will go thru 1, 2, 3, etc thru 24 H then 1, 2, 3, etc thru 12 A then 1, 2, 3, etc thru 12 P - depending on thte time you want to set the A is for AM and the P is for PM
hope this helps
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
These are the instructions for the AD0721. They might apply to your model, too. I hope this helps:
The analog setting of the watch takes place by pulling out the knob (kind of tough) and adjusting, like a regular analog watch. The analog and digital displays are will NOT stay in sync, unfortunately.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
I think I figured it out: (Start + Reset) = toggle alarm on/off ("ALM" will display in upper left corner when alarm is on. (press Mode once) will bring you in chrono mode, where "start" button starts and stops the chrono, and "reset" button resets it back to zero (press Mode once more) will bring you to setting of time for alarm. Set the "hour" value by pressing "start" repeatedly, then press "reset" and set the "minute" value by pressing "start" repeatedly (press Mode once more) will bring you to setting of time for actual time. Reset the "Seconds" value to zero by pressing "start" button once, then press "reset" and set the "minute" value by pressing "start" repeatedly, then press "reset" and set the "hour" value by pressing "start" repeatedly (if it shows "H" in upper right corner, time will be displayed euro-style 0:00-23:59, if it shows "A" time will be displayed 12am/12pm), then press "reset" and set the "day of month" value by pressing "start" repeatedly, then press "reset" and set the "month" value (1-12) by pressing "start" repeatedly, then press "reset" and set the "day of week" value (Su-Sa) by pressing "start" repeatedly (press Mode once more) voila!
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
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Hope this will helped you fixing the time of your Citezen divers watch. Just foolow the instruction below.
Change your Citizen watch's time zone without actually moving the clock hands. On the digital display, change the city that displays on the watch, which sets the time to the different time zone. The Citizen also has a calendar, timer, chronograph and LED lights. Since it is an Eco Drive watch, it is solar powered so you never have to replace the batteries unless its backup power source dies.
Difficulty: Easy Instructions
Pull the setting knob (crown) out one "tick" for setting mode.
Set the mode hand to "WT-S."
Pull the crown out one more "tick."
Press the top button on the right side of the watch for the city setting mode.
Press the lower button on the right side to "SET" the city.
Turn the crown to select a different city, which changes the time zone.
Push the crown all the way back in to finish setting the time.
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SETTING THE TIME AND DATE ON
AN OLD 4 BUTTON DIGITAL WATCH
SETTING THE TIME.
Press [L2] to move through
the modes. When the time display flashes, you are in the correct mode to set
the time. The hours first, then the
minutes and seconds.
Press [R1] to advance the
numbers, [R2] to go to the next.
Press [L2] to save your
settings. [L1] is not used; it's the light.
SETTING THE DATE AND DAY. After setting the time (seconds flashing) push [R2] to move though time, backwards, to date, [R1] to set day, [R2] to move to month [R1] to set the month. Push [R2] to get to the day of the week, then [R1] to change. [L2] to end.
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