Question about Tag Heuer 2000 Classic WK1113.BA0311 Wrist Watch
This started to happen recently, and I have not done anything abnormal with the watch - same amount of use, under normal circumstances etc. I have had the watch for nearly 7 years, and it has not done this before.
Should I leave the watch and let the spring completely unwind, or perhaps I should use it vigorously for a while to try to "wind it up".
Very grateful for advice.
This is very strange situation, as usually this occurs in quartz watches with integrated EOL (End Of Life) only and that is a signal for time to change battery.
In your case I can see the only reason- seconds hand somehow became loose and you need to refit it.
Find your nearest watchmaker and ask to do the job. It's not a big deal, but requires professional skill.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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This is to let you know that the battery needs to be replaced.make sure that you use a watchmaker that can test and replace any worn case parts so that your watch will retain it's original design water resistance.
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