Question about Citizen Eco-Drive BL006056H Wrist Watch
I would first try to reset the watch, and then reset the time and date.
How to Reset:
When affected by static electricity or hard shocks, watch indications may go wrong. In such a case, apply an all reset and the following base position adjustment. All reset is available from the state or insufficient recharging warning, time setting warning or power save.
1. Pull the crown twice (time setting position)
• The second hand moves to a zero position it memorizes and stops.
2. Press button A 2 seconds or longer and release.
• The hour and minute hands perform a demonstrative movement of "forwarding ? reversing ? forwarding."
• The second hand makes a full forward turn. Now all reset is completed. Be sure to make base position adjustment after all resetting. If omitted, display positions of watch hands and date as well as the date changing time may go wrong.
(Note 1) Do not apply all reset during date changing. Should dislocation occur, pull the crown once after all resetting, and with button A pressed, turn the crown left and correct the date position.
(Note 2) The demonstrative movement is not done when recharging is required. Recharge the solar cell thoroughly and then do all reset.
Setting the Time
1. Pull the crown twice to the time correction position, and then the second hand advances rapidly to the zero-second position and stops.
(Note 1) If the crown is pulled twice while the data is changing, the second hand advances rapidly to the zero-second position after the date change.
(Note 2) If the second hand does not stop at the zero-second position, do all reset and then adjust the base position.
2. Set the time by click-turning the crown:
(Note 1) When the hour and minute hands reach 12.00am, the date changes. (Hour and minute hands wait at 12.00am while the date is changing, and resume operation after the date change.)
(Note 2) In the case of reversing, the date does not change, even when the hour and minute hands pass 12.00 am.
3. Set the time by a time signal and then return the crown to the normal position.
Setting the Calendar
• The calendar is of the perpetual type that automatically changes year/month/day including the leap year, once it is set.
1. Pull the crown once to the calendar correction position, and then the second hand moves to a year/month position it memorises and stops.
(Note) If the crown is pulled once while the date is changing, the second hand advances rapidly after the date change.
If the problem still persists, there may be internal damage to the watch, etc. Contact Citizen Watches for repairs, or contact the place you purchased the watch from. Get your watch serviced by Citizen Watches here:
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Posted on May 25, 2011
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