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Seiko watches are fairly valuable. I've had one of the dive watches for close to 40 years with zero maintenance needed.
Unless you really know what you're doing, if it was me, I'd be taking it to a really watch repair person.
It's worth it, unless the watch is of no value to you.
But that's just my opinion.
if your watch caliber is 7s26b(look at the case back plate)is a usual problem of those calibers!the hair spring stuck somehow and the watch runs!a seiko authorized sevice center can help you!dont let anybody else magician to ruin your watch!is a routine repair for someone with knowledge and support from seiko!
As you probably have found out by now, the capacitors that came with the Seiko watches usually only last about 3-4 years. Then they need to have a new Lithium Ion battery installed in place of the capacitor. Please get a qualified person to do this for you. I do this every day. Ron at timelywatchrepair.com