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TimerTask.scheduleAtFixedRate for countdown not at a stable call

I was hope someone can help... All replies appreciated and Thank you in Advance...

I am facing the following problem,  I have the a timertasker that I use inside a screen, that changes the UI when a certian period has passed (each 1sec=change countdown that I display for the user  And each 10sec=I delete a  manager and add another...)
However after a while of playing/using the application I can notice that the countdown starts goin down so fast, i think this means that scheduleAtFixedRate has change to lower value, and the call is not set any more at "timertask.scheduleAtFixedRate(ttt, 100, 100);"  which was the original value set for it.

------------This is the Code-------------
private TimerTask tt;

public final static Timer ts1=new Timer();
------------inside my screen I run this code---------
new TimerTask() {
public void run() {

else if(counter==10){

//some code works
//on if(SecondPassed is true)

ts1.scheduleAtFixedRate(ttt, 100, 100);

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Re: TimerTask.scheduleAtFixedRate for countdown not at a stable call

why do you schedule it for 100ms? one second would be 1000ms.
instead of counting up i would suggest to start a second timertask with 10 seconds.
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