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You can not, you need to send it into Citizen Watch Co. do not touch the rechargeable battery it should only be handled at the factory you will also void any future warranty with Citizen if you try to change it.
Hope this will helped you fixing the time of your Citezen divers watch. Just foolow the instruction below.
Change your Citizen watch's time zone without actually moving the clock hands. On the digital display, change the city that displays on the watch, which sets the time to the different time zone. The Citizen also has a calendar, timer, chronograph and LED lights. Since it is an Eco Drive watch, it is solar powered so you never have to replace the batteries unless its backup power source dies. Difficulty: Easy
Pull the setting knob (crown) out one "tick" for setting mode.
Set the mode hand to "WT-S."
Pull the crown out one more "tick."
Press the top button on the right side of the watch for the city setting mode.
Press the lower button on the right side to "SET" the city.
Turn the crown to select a different city, which changes the time zone.
Push the crown all the way back in to finish setting the time.
Ricoh Elemx AT Corp. is subsidiary company of Ricoh Elemex Corp.
The Hamilton Ricoh Watch Company, Ltd. was a joint venture (60% owned by Hamilton) and only existed between 1962 and 1964. Electric parts were made in Lancaster, PA while the mechanicals parts were made in Japan, the watches also being assembled in Japan. The movements are marked "Ricoh 555E", but are the same as the Standard Time Corp. 130E (fitted in Hamilton's Vantage range), which in turn is very similar to the Hamilton 505. Although the factory was turning out 1000 / month, very few were sold. Marketing was handled by Ricoh but they failed to break the stranglehold and monopoly that Seiko had in the Japanese stores; in the end, most were sold on US military bases in Japan. The partnership was dissolved in 1965; some of the Hamilton Ricoh movements were re-cased as Vantage and sold in the US. Now Ricoh is owned by Elemex and they still producing watches. Follow this link and see for yourself: http://www.ricohelemex.co.jp/en/products/req/ Unfortunately, I cant give you any details about your watch, except that the 10BAR means your watch can withstand 10BAR pressure, and that is 10 meters under water. The bar (symbol bar) is a unit of pressure equal to 100 kilopascals, and roughly equal to the atmospheric pressure on Earth at sea level. Rate me, please.
They are supposed to move in unison, if you are setting the digital time and the analog is not moving, there is a problem with the watch and it could need service. Here is a link to the manual for the watch, the movement for the Blue Angels is a C300 and you will see the manual also states the time mechanisms move in tandem. http://www.citizenwatch.jp/support/pdf/coa/c300.pdf
Citizen does have service centers all over the globe, I am sure you can get the watch fixed if it does need service, You can find the local service center at the Citizen web site. Hope that helps.