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The UK Greg Wrote:Magnetism normally slow or stops watches.I believe the balance wheel has snagged the coil spring. Take the watch in the palm of your hand and two good slaps on to your leg enough to leave a mark on your leg. Try it face down and if that fails repeat face up. You are giving your leg a rebuke and not beating your leg to a pulp!
What you do may not be so important, but it is very important that you do it well. (my variation of a saying by Gandhi)
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flyrobyfly36 Wrote:Hi, your watch has been probably magnetized. Did you have to pass through some metal detectors or stuff like that?It's easy to demagnetize, you could even try by yourself, anyway, any watchmaker will solve in a minute, you should find some nearby the place you're currently are.
flyrobyfly36 Wrote:It's easy to demagnetize, you could even try by yourself.
Kokoro Wrote:I've used the old video-tape bulk eraser at the office with good results on some cheap watches that I've ordered through the mail.
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