Question about Citizen PROMASTER HYPER AQUALAND DIVE WATCH MA9040-52E
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Apr 05, 2009
I have seen a website with full review by someone from Adelaide.
If you Google C300 Citizen it should be easy to find.
From what i read there is no proper solution but he has suggestions
Posted on Mar 11, 2008
First of all they should be giving you explanation why the watch needs whole movement replacement and what is the cause.
As the watch movements are upgraded and made more sophisticated every year, some of them are discontinued and the next generation movements are replacing them. Watch manufacturing companies usually try to produce interchangeable movements, so, the newer one can replace the older.
In your case (if there is no newer version replacement) you have no option, but to shop around for exact new movement for replacement.
All you have to do is to find out your watch's movement number (that Citizen facility in CA should give that) and then shop for it. Plenty of movemevts on ebay, not to mention specialized watch part supplier companies. All available over the internet - just takes some time and nerve.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
SOURCE: I had a battery replaced
Before doing anyhting I would suggest you try doing a full reset by pushing all four setting buttons at the same time. if that does not resolve the problem here is some further infomration to consider.
Go to the following site to determine your Movement Caliber from the markings on the back of your watch:
With the Movement Caliber you can acces your Setting Instructions here:
The Setting Instructions may also include information on battery replacement and troubleshooting.
If your watch is a cyber Aqualand NX you may be able to find assistance here:
Also found a troubleshooting guide: http://citizen.jp/cyber-nx/guide_eng/trouble.htm
Problem: ERR" remains displayed for a long period of time or "ERR" is displayed when using the watch on land (excluding high altitudes at 3,000 m (10,000 ft) or more above sea level) or "ERR" continues to be displayed for a long period of time after completion of diving.
Possible Cause: There is an error in the pressure sensor. ("ERR" may be displayed at high-altitude locations of 3,000 m (10,000 ft) or more above sea level.)
Corrective Action: Discontinue using the watch and contact Citizen Service Center:
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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