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My watch stops when I take it off overnight and has to be reset every morning. it is battery powered

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The problem is not with your watch it is with you you want to sleep and want the watch to work is it nice to trouble the watch let her sleep also and syou also sleep well when u get up time will stand still and you will be in 2012

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