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I don't recall the parsha, but this question is addressed somewhere in Sefer Bamidbar of What If?, an adaptation of Rav Zilberstein's works. In it he says that you should reveal what you know now and let Hashem do the rest.
Almost nobody has an atomic clock, outside of their computer's clock. If you gave someone that time they would probably be mochel the difference. Since it's clear that the clock is dead, they would know not to rely on the clock. If it's only a few minutes off, it's the same as case 1. If it's a few hours off, it's the same as case 4. I don't see how this is ...
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