Question about Citizen Watches
First we need to determine what movement is in the watch.
Look on the back of the watch. You will see some numbers there will be a 4 digit number followed by a dash and 6 or 7 digit number.
The 4 digit number is the movement number. example e760 or b210. Ctizen has hundreds of them.
Next click on this link:
enter the movement number and click on get setting instructions.
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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