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My stopwatch wont go back to the 0 position properly. What can I do to fix it?

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Sometimes stopwatches need adjusting. If your stopwatch is not going back to zero it may have been affected by a magnetic field. Watch this YouTube video which gives detailed instructions how to adjust your watch.

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