Another question from the new guy. Recently I picked up an older mid-70's era Seiko auto. While the watch looks as if its barely been worn its running wayyyyy slow. As in we're talking about losing 1-2 hours PER DAY, which is rather serious. From what little I've read here and elsewhere the likely probability is that it needs a cleaning and oiling, which is something I honestly know is at this point beyond my ability seeing as I have no tools or experience in this area. The local watch shop would charge probably $60 for the service. That said- this isn't exactly the nicest model and I'd rather avoid putting that kind of money into it. As a last resort, could this be a matter of the settings needing adjustments? This is something I'd have to have done professionally as well because I'm guessing there must be some sort of tuning tool for this out there. I get a bad feeling this isn't the problem and instead its a matter of cleaning it.