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Swiss g10-211 movement doesnt keep time runs when it wants to

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This movement wasn't meant to be repaired, so replacement is your only option. These pop up new on eBay from time to time for around $30 shipped. Make sure you get one with the date in the correct orientation/position (e.g. date at 3 o'clock or date at 4 o'clock). Best to enlist the services of a watchmaker if you haven't removed and replaced hands on a watch before (particularly a chronograph).

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