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Marks video is best video in my opinion on this matter and any other on HS correcting. When manipulating a hairspring, angle of tweezers is very important, a HS is not round but flat so your angle must be off. With that being said, correcting hairsprings is one of those things that cant really be explained or learned with words or videos, you just have to practice practice practice