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Celestial Ref. 5102, 6102, 6103 & 6104

Adjustment procedure for the Celestial

Celestial Ref. 5102, 6102, 6103 & 6104 - Adjustment procedure

Please, wind your watch by hand before correcting any of the displays. All settings and corrections must be performed in the specified order.

1. Setting the Moon and the Sky
1.1. Moon phase
The moon is set by pulling the crown situated at 4 o’clock and by turning it clockwise.
By turning the crown, position the full Moon facing the letter "S" (an arrow-shaped index under the moon will help you position it accurately). This may require up to 28 revolutions! In the program, the first line entitled “Moon phase Revolution” will indicate how many revolutions of the dial the Moon has yet to complete before its phase will match the current date. (For example, if it is number “5”, you will need to make the Moon index go by the letter “S” 5 times).

In order to set the Moon phase according to the exact time, you will need to wind the same crown, in the same direction, until the Moon index covers x large and y small graduations on the bezel scale. (Indicated in the program by “Moon - large” and “Moon - small”).

1.2. Setting the sky
The Sky is set by pulling the crown at 4 o’clock and winding it counter-clockwise. Position the Sky index (small arrow on the Milky Way) facing the “S”. Wind the crown until the index has covered the large and small number of graduations indicated by the program (Sky - large; Sky - small). The graduations are found on the bezel of the watch. When the setting is complete, do not forget to push back the crown to its initial position.

2. Setting the time
The time is set by pulling the crown situated at 2 o’clock and by turning it in any direction. The crown must be pushed in again when setting is completed.

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