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Problem with controller time display no working properly

I am having problems with the above in that the clock is loosing time no matter how many times I reset it and I now have to put my heating onto constant everytime I want it on, will I have to buy a new time controller? is the rechargable battery replaceable? do I need to replace the unit? how easy is it to replace with compatable new controller? The heating controller is about 20 years old? Any help grately appreciated.

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