Question about Watches
Posted by Anonymous on
The manual can be found at http://www.manualslib.com/manual/710956/Citizen-Quartz-Ctz-B8025.html?page=3#manual.
The instructions require studying them close, because after the watch looses power for a long time, under the sun the second hand will move in a special sequence to signal it (1) needs the time to be set, and (2) the internal battery is or is not fully charged. Please read Note(2) of the manual.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
go to this link for owners manual. Pay special attention on how to find your watches movement number.
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
Go to this link and pay particular instructions on how to find your watches movement or caliber number.
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
The Citizen Eco Drive watches use special recharchable batteries.
I started collecting a couple of watches and I noticed sometimes a jeweler replaces them with an ordinary battery. The watch will work and at the same time it will try to recharge this one until it explodes! In newer models they made it harder to use the non-rechargable ones by adding a special connector or clip to the rechargable battery types. If you look into the place where the battery goes, you will see a shiny spot where the metal clip needs to touch. If not sure, find the link to tech docs below.
Okay, if you say your battery goes bad, did you store your watch in a drawer as many people do? It may have lost the charge over time. First thing to try is to leave it on the window sill so the dial is in the sun. It will start ticking, but please leave it out there for 3 days to a week. The seconds hand will tick irregularly in steps of one and two seconds, to show you it wants you to readjust the time, as it knows it has lost time. Adjust the time and it should run smoothly.
The seconds hand should run in single second steps, if it takes steps regularly, but every 3 seconds or so, it tries to tell you that its power level is going down. It will be able to continue for one or two days, but you should get it into the sun more often.
Charging the battery under a lamp is possible, however this heats up the watch and this may reduce battery life.
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.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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.
I hope this helps a little,
Posted on May 26, 2010
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