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My Pulsar 4005's second hand twitches and stays in place, which throws off timing. Can I fix it, and how?

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If your watch is still running acording to hrs and mins then the second hand must be slipping so would need to be attended to by removing the module, In some watches the second hand appears to twitch because the battery has become too flat so maybe the battery needs to be replaced.

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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