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    Question A little help in Omega Seamaster...

    I just recieved an Omega Seamaster for X-Mas, but I noticed that my watch is losing time by the hour, not the minute. For example, I would set my watch at 3:00 p.m, and after an hour or so, the hour hand has not moved much from it's original position. Any help with this? (My watch is the Quartz version, 1993 model).

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    Re: A little help in Omega Seamaster...

    Being the watch is quartz could it possibly be the battery is going?




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    Re: A little help in Omega Seamaster...

    Quote Originally Posted by WIS_Chronomaster View Post
    Being the watch is quartz could it possibly be the battery is going?

    well, i'm not sure. they said it was in the shop for about 2 or three years and before that, it may have been longer. I'm thinking it could be, but I haven't checked under the hood.

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    Re: A little help in Omega Seamaster...

    I'm going to say the battery is most likely as well. I'd at least have a watchmaker check it out as they'd be able to give a definite answer.

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    Re: A little help in Omega Seamaster...

    Quote Originally Posted by Torrid View Post
    I'm going to say the battery is most likely as well. I'd at least have a watchmaker check it out as they'd be able to give a definite answer.


    Thanks for the advice.

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    Re: A little help in Omega Seamaster...

    Sounds to me like it's just a battery issue.




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