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Seamaster running really fast gaining about 10min/hr!

I have an automatic seamaster that's about two years old and last week it started running really fast, gaining about 10 min/hr! I've let it run down and then tried to 'restart' it, but that hasn't helped. Anybody have any idea what's wrong with it?

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    Michael Jan 25, 2012

    The hairspring might also be dirty and therefore sticking to itself. The hairspring is about the only thing that will cause this much gain. Mr. McPherson's answer may also be correct. Michael, Wostep

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The hairspring may have jumped up over the regulating pins effectivly shortening the hairspring this requies a watchmaker to repair.

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