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Seconds hand moving by 4 sec at a time?

Hi,
my watch 'seconds hand' suddenly started to move by 4 seconds at a time. The watch is still indicating accurate time but its seems strange? Is that a sign of low battery (I bought it 5 years ago and never had to change it).
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Yes, that's the low battery signal

Posted on Aug 23, 2008

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