Won a watch and the instructions on how to set time,date, and everything else for it was not in the case.would like to have or get an instructional sheet on all the workings of this CY2071 Callaway watch by Fossil
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Main cause would be that the date gear teeth have been stripped. This is done by setting the date whilst the hands are trying to change the date themselves (between 10pm and 2am). Always adjust the date with the hands around 6.0clock. You will need to return your watch to where you bought it for repair I'm afraid.
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How to set the time and date:
This unique watch can display month, date, time & minute.
1.Press A button twice. (Date and Time displays when press once)
2.When the month figure appears, press M to set the month.
3.Press A button once again, the date figure appears and press M to adjust the date.
4. Press A button once again, the hour figure appears and press M to set the time.
5.Press A button once again, the minute figure appears and press M to set the minute.
When you adjust one of among the month, date, time, minutes, just keep press A button until the desired figure appears and press M to adjust. Press M to see the date.
Generally A button is to select the function. (Month, Date, Time, Minute) M button is to adjust the function.
Use this link: http://www.citizenwatch.com/COA/English/settings.asp Fill in requested details of your watch and click on GET SETTING INSTRUCTIONS, then click on INTERACTIVE SETTING INSTRUCTIONS. There you will find everything you need to set up your watch. You can download instructions on this site as well. Rate me, please.
if you take this watch apart and look at the backside, the side buttons are not connected. and there are NO workings for the "neet" time, date and hr hands, so the ONLY setting the watch has is the time. pop the back off and see for yourself, you can also buy these watches on EBAY for 5.00
the instruction aren't much help either. this was a watch they discontinued pretty shortly after they released it. poor instructions and poor usability. great watch company though. this one was just a dog.
this was taken from a page off amazon:
"Try to use the following for setting.
Press/hold with the upper left button until LIGHT OFF on the display.
Use lower left to select hour, min, date........
Use upper/lower buttons for adjust hour, min, date......
Press upper left to exit setting." it worked for me. i have several of their watches, but like i said, this one was one of their "dogs"
hold right side buttons . time will flash set using top button, then use lower button to move through each aspect of menu. You use the top button to make changes then bottom to go to next option. Lower left button to exit
Hope it helps
For analog Acqua watches adjust date when month has less than 31 days:
3-Position Crown: Pull crown to "MIDDLE" position and turn CLOCKWISE or
COUNTERCLOCKWISE until correct date appears.
2-Position Crown: Pull crown to "OUT" position and turn CLOCKWISE until date
changes (approx.1:00 a.m.). Then turn COUNTERCLOCKWISE to 7:30 p.m. Repeat until correct date appears.