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My Omega Seamaster professional, less than one year old, is suddenly racing through time at about a gain of one hour per day. This started yesterday. It has gained three minutes since I put it on an hour ago. Any suggestions?

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    Michael Jan 25, 2012

    You have a problem with the hairspring and it requires expert help. See a watchmaker. Your watch is still under warranty so take advantage of it. Your hairspring is either dirty or has jumped the regulating pins. Either way requires someone knowledgable. This is not an adustment problem.

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Thank you for contacting FixYa.
I would contact Omega on this issue at this link:
http://www.omegawatches.com/customer-service

Best regards. Jewel

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