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I have a timex mens expedition chronograph and sometimes the hand that tells the seconds will stop. But when i push pusher A it continues on. But the time is off because the hand has stopped and is no longer telling the time. When i used to push pusher A it would stop but when i pushed it again the hand would move up to the seconds that were missed. But now it does not. I think that there is something wrong with the watch or that i screwed up something. Can you give me some advice?

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Are you just starting and stopping the chronograph (stopwatch)?

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