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Losing TIme and Stopping completely!

I have Model No KC1348 S301-07 and have the same issue with losing 10-15 mins daily and then completely stopping. Only have this watch for just over a year. Any ideas out there?

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I think you may need to change the battery!

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

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