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I have the E377 and have just had the battery changed. Even following the instructions I cant get the right time. I've set it to London/UK and had it hanging up in the window for the last 2 days. I'ts been perfect up to now, can you advise? Many Thanks Den Sullivan

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I regret that I don't have a solution but Ido have the same problem. Last night, I replaced the battery and reset the hands as per the manual and placed the watch near a window. I expected it to pick up the atomic signal (London UK) at 3am and correct itself but it did not. It did not respond to a manual reset this morning either. I wonder if it's the watch or the signal. I had noticed that the digital time on the watch was not accurate in the last week or so.

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