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My ebel watch loses time

Every several weeks my ebel watch will lose 10 to 20 mins in one day .it is under warranty and i have sent it in several times .they replace the batteries but the same problem will happen again.

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    ran well for 2 months. loses 10 minutes in 2 days. could it be a weak battery?

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Get them to have it checked in their repair shop and tell them its not the battery

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