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My sekonda watch is losing 20 minutes or so a day but if I don't correct the watch it carries on as normal running 20 minutes behind if I correct it the next day 20 minutes are lost

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Firstly, have you tried changing the battery?
Secondly, have you tried setting it 20 minutes ahead, to see if it rectifies itself over a day or so? It may be that the mechanism has gotten a little sticky.

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