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The alarm-setting process for your Citizen Promaster watch is similar to the process used to set the time and date. Access the Alarm mode on your watch by pressing the bottom left button until "AL" is displayed. Use the watch's bottom left button to advance the flashing and the buttons on the right side of the watch to set the alarm to the desired time.
If that doesnt help, then I would HIGHLY suggest you ask Citizen at their website as follows:
Type "www.citizenwatch.com/COA/English/identifycaliber.asp" into your search engine and this should bring you to a page in the Citizen web site which shows you how to understand the informationon the back of your watch.
Since it's eco-drive you can just wear it for a few hours and it should self-wind. The problem is that when it sits still for more than a few days it winds down. It gets its power from the natural movement of your wrist as you walk around.
Once it starts ticking again you'll just have to set the time correctly.