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I have a skagen watch that is losing time. I replaced the battery three times and within two weeks or so the watch is running low. Thoughts?

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Your watch needs repair
Before you send it to repair just do that:
PUT IT UNDER SUN RAY FOR 3 HOURS
or PUT IT FRONT OF A HOT AIR (HAIR DRYER) FOR 10 MINUETES

Posted on May 24, 2011

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