Clocks and watches are an indispensable timing tool in people's life, and watches are always in our hands. When we work in our daily life, we will inevitably come into contact with all kinds of goods and equipment, so the wristband of the watch will also come into contact with magnetic equipment. Whether it is quartz clock or mechanical clock, the core of the clock may be magnetized, resulting in the phenomenon that the clock is not allowed to leave in time and so on. If this happens to the clock movement, we should not blindly assume that the clock is out of power or out of order. In fact, we can first try to make a simple core of the clock degaussing.
Although many of the watches we buy are anti-magnetic, they have certain anti-magnetic effects. However, when touching objects with strong magnetic fields, such as generators and motors, or carelessly placing the watches near the radio and TV sets, the watches will be magnetized by the magnetic fields of generators, motors, radios and televisions. When the watch is magnetized, it not only goes wrong, some even stop. So, how do you demagnetize a watch? It is better to send the clock repair department to degaussing the magnetic field, because there are special degaussing equipment there. If it is inconvenient to keep away from the clock shop, we can find a piece of iron with a circle in the middle that is not magnetized. You can also put the watch on a clean, unmagnetized iron plate, so that the watch's magnetism will gradually disappear after two days.
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