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I have a sekonda 17 Jewel watch that is losing time is it possible to regulate it myself it cost me nothing and it's not worth that much and some of the estimates I have had make it unviable if someone knows how to do it and explain I would be grateful

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It depends on how much it is losing. A clear picture of the movement would help if possible.

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Your watch is losing time because it needs serviced. You might be able to keep time by playing with the regulator, but it will hasten the death of your watch. You can probably find an exact duplicate of your watch on ebay or etsy for cheaper than a service and keep your present watch for spare parts. If you want to mess with the regulator here you go...

 

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