I am the new owner of a Breitling and don't have a clue what I am doing and needed some help. A friend of the family bought the watch a few years ago at the Reno air races. He is an older gentleman and basically he started messing with the knobs and messed it up. After sending it to a dealer it was going to be $766.90 to repair the watch (looks like they had to replace the Polished middlecase steel with crown tube and pushers along with a complete service). He didn't want to pay the money to get it fixed and said if I wanted it I could have it. So I paid the money to repair the watch. I now have the watch back from the Breitling repair place in Wilton, CT and it is not running. I have no idea how to even make it run since there is no owners manual. It does have the rest of the paperwork with it like the certificate of authenticity (assuming that is what the yellow certificate is). Since I just paid to get it repaired I certainly don't want to going pushing and prodding at the knobs and damage it again. Not even sure what model it is. It shows on the repair order that the serial number is CS-A13352. It has on the back A13352 and below that 447866. It has a white face (with a Reno symbol on it), thre dials on the left side and three knobs on the left and a steel band). I thought it would be easy to figure this out on the net, but haven't had much luck so far. If somebody could tell me what the model name is and point me in the right direction that would be great. It is a nice looking watch and I think I got a good deal, but don't even know how to set the time, so it is of little use at the moment. Thanks to anyone who can help me.