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|09-01-2010, 04:23||#1 (permalink)|
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Why does my automatic watch keep losing time? Does it need repair or adjustment? If your automatic watch seems to be running slow, the answer may be that it is 'power starved.' Simply put, you might not be wearing it enough active hours of the day to keep it properly wound. Without enough power stored in the spring, the mechanism of the watch runs slightly slower then needed to keep accurate time. In fact, it may even briefly be stopping without you noticing! So before you get frustrated at the apparent poor performance of your fine watch or take it in for a probably totally unneeded repair, read the section that follows about Power Reserve to better understand your automatic watch's needs.
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