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I am not able to correct the month in the date setting on my SkyHawk. I've set the watch on cal in receive mode then closed the crown. I then push and hold the lower button for two seconds waiting for a beep. I've then waited for the watch to beep indicating that it is finished re-setting/adjusting time & date. So far, Its showing the correct day and numerical date for the day but the month is incorrect. It still says 3 ie march for the date... Any suggestions as to how I might fix this? Thank you, John

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The problem you described is caused by incorrect setting of the hour: AM and PM must be set correctly, AM before noon and PM afternoon.

For more details regarding setting of your watch, please visit Citizen site here:
http://www.citizenwatch.com/COA/English/settings.asp

Please let me know if it helped,

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Can,t set timeon watch


OK try and follow these steps and it may help you set the time on your Watch. Once you understand the different function buttons on the edge of the case setting the time will be an easy task.

1-Note the 2 and 4 o'clock function buttons and the crown at 3 o'clock on the case edge of the Citizen Skyhawk Eco-Drive. These buttons set all functions of the watch.

2-Set the home city digital display function at 9 o'clock by pulling the crown to the first position. Rotate the crown until the mode hand in the subdial at 6 o'clock is aligned with TME. Press the 2 o'clock button until the nearest major city where you live appears. Press the 2 and 4 o'clock buttons at the same time to find the home city in the 3 o'clock digital display window. Once the city is selected, the time is automatically set by the automatic radio reception function.

3-Pull the crown out to the first position to manually set the time. Rotate the crown until the mode hand is aligned with the CAL, TME and RX-S position under the umbrella line. Push the crown flush with the case edge. Point the watch's 9 o'clock side in the direction of the radio transmitter. For example, if you live in Los Angeles, point the watch's 9 o'clock side east towards Ft. Collins, Colo., where the transmitter is located.

4-Hold down the 4 o'clock button for two seconds until the tone sounds and the second hand stops at the RX-S position. The second hand will then move to H, M or L found at the 2 o'clock subdial. Remain holding the watch in the same position. The second hand will move from the H, M or L position with the hour and minute hands to the correct time once the radio reception is completed.

5-Press the 2 o'clock button to start the chronograph's stopwatch. Press the button a second time to stop the timer. Press the 4 o'clock button to reset the timer.

6-Pull the crown all the way out and rotate it clockwise until the correct date is selected. Push the crown flush when finished.

IF you are still not able to set the time contact your dealer or the nearest Citizen showroom.

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