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Hi,here is a solution to help you out:
1. Pull the crown out one click. A. Turn dial until function hand rests on "CAL" 2. Pull dial out one more click (should be all the way out) A. hold down button "A" (top button) until the second hand completes one counter clockwise rotation (should be pointing at current month) B. Press "A" button a second time and the Day/Leap year hand will move. 3. At this point spin the crown either backwards or forwards and watch as the Day/Leap year hand spins clockwise or counter-clockwise. The Date will adjust per each revolution. However,you still have every reason to own the manual of your wrist watch for future references,so follow the link below to download the manual of your wrist watch; http://www.citizenwatch.com/COA/English/settings.asp
There are so many aplications use of the manual will be manditory.
Use the numbers on the back of your watch and you will have a PDF version of your instruction manual. Thanks and take care
you have probably solved this by now but I just got the same model new switch on instructions as follows press and HOLD the POWER button for 3 seconds to switch the unit on once temperature has been reached, press and HOLD the steam button on top of the iron for up to 20 seconds this will prime the steam pump and only has to be done once for each ironing session the pump noise will stop once it has been primed with water hope this helps if still needed if you need the user guide, let me know, I'll scan it for you Wendy
Apparently, you computer has some unexpected software running during the startup. In order to get ride of these software, you could check your register table manualy by regedit or download this software, which will help you to find if there are any suspect software running at the startup.
If that buttun is pushbutton, then the fixing stopwasher has come off (inside watch).
If you meen the crown (winding and setting button), then setting lever or setting lever spring is damaged or broke.
Find your nearest watchmaker as both need professional repair and parts.
The same thing happened to me, and here is what I found in an online user manual (but not the one delivered with my watch).
Switching the Backlight On
Press the Light button and the display is illuminated for a few seconds.
After you have illuminated the display once while exercising night mode symbol (MY WORDS HERE : the "eye symbol") appears in the display. The display automatically illuminates each time you press any button or bring the wrist unit near the Polar logo on the transmitter, until you stop recording the exercise.
Sometimes you can solve this sort of problem by sticking a couple of small pieces of tape on the front side of the lcd screen in places where they wont be visible on the outside - they will push the screen back onto its connections - there is quite possibly a small piece or seal that is now missing that would have done this job before.
If you want to conatct polar directly for help go to this link - you can get a user manual and all the contact details for service etc.
My advice would be to send it to them to get it fixed - replacing a battery on its own is rarely all that needs to be done to a watch when the battery runs out - it is a convenient service interval as seals need replacing, parts need checking or lubricating or cleaning etc.
Hope this helps :)