Question about Watches
I just installed a new battery but it looses about 3 mins every 12 hrs.
Is there a way to adjust for this loss of time?
Same issue. I purchased it 4 months ago and suspected it began to run slow about one month ago. Thought it might be batteries, being on shelf for who knows how long. Replaced batteries (another hassle or adventure, depending on perspective). Still runs slow. Not sure of how many minutes per day, though noticeable over a few days. Not Happy!
My model is the FT-600W and this is the first find web searching.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your watch is need to clean an replaced the old oil in gear shafting that is the common problem of a watch when the old oil is sticky already thats makes the gear moves slowly and your watch is always late . If ever your watch was already clean and replaced new oil and still working slowly then the problem is in the circuit board is near to run out its needs to replaced whole circuit board so its better again. I know this because im a technician in Rolex service center before. Feel free to ask whatever the result.
Hope it may help you;
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
SOURCE: Casio 4305 runs 5 minutes slow.
Adjusting the home positions:
Hold down a+b for about 5 secs. If the seconds hand is not at 12, the home position is "off". If this happens, press a to move the second hand in 1 sec steps until it reached 12 o'clock. Now press b to adjust the hour and minute hands. If not at 12, press a hands will move in 20 second steps until they are at 12. Press b, watch returns to timekeeping mode and should now show the correct time. (:
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
SOURCE: 15 to 20 minutes fast per day
if your caliber is automatic 7s26b something is wrong with the hair spring try a seiko service center anyway isnt something that you can fix by yourself!beware!far away from jewelers and local battery changers and other monkey magicians!automatic watch calibers are delicate and they ruine them!
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
Please refer this matter to expert. Kindly run through below website for assistance in finding the nearest outlet/dealers in your country.
Posted on Jul 27, 2010
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